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Europe upstream week in brief: Statoil changes its name to Equinor

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Welcome to the Europe upstream 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 signals a shift in focus with name change; UK industry body mixed on 2018 prospects; Statoil completes US$1.45 billion Martin Linge and Garantiana deal; Trio get licence extension for Black Sea exploration; Norway on top of the world with 2017 FIDs.

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    • Statoil's name change represents shift from a focused oil and gas player to a broad energy company
    • UK industry body mixed on 2018 prospects
    • Statoil completes US$1.45 billion Total deal for operatorship atMartin Linge and Garantiana
    • Total, OMV and Repsolget licence extension for Black Sea exploration
    • Norway on top of the world with 2017 FIDs
    • Unconventional Play Service update
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