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Europe upstream week in brief: Statoil acquires Total's operated Norwegian assets for US$1.45 billion

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28 November 2017

Europe upstream week in brief: Statoil acquires Total's operated Norwegian assets for US$1.45 billion

Report summary

Welcome to the Europe week in brief where we bring you quick, responsive opinion and analysis on all that's going on in European oil and gas. This week includes: Statoil acquires Total's operated Norwegian assets fo US$1.45 billion; in a world first, the UK government is set to introduce transferable tax history in a bid to unlock M&A; and Wintershall and DEA are discussing a new global joint venture.

Table of contents

    • Big deals keep on rolling – Total sells operated Norway assets to Statoil
    • UK Budget 2017, green light to transferring tax histories is a world first
    • Lundin announces sub-commercial discovery in the Barents
    • New JV on the cards for Wintershall and DEA?
    • Albanian Government approves Pennine Petroleum PSA
    • Prospex success and drilling update
  • Meet our team
    • Read our recent analysis:
  • Vital Statistics

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This report includes 6 images and tables including:

  • Offshore proposed wells by operator
  • Spuds to date by basin
  • Offshore wells drilling by operator
  • Statoil's net Norwegian production
  • Total's net Norwegian capital and operating costs per year
  • Fact of the week

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