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

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20 March 2018

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

Report summary

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.

Table of contents

    • 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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  • Offshore proposed E&A wells
  • Offshore wells currently drilling by type and company
  • E&A wells spud to date in 2018
  • Statoil's net Norwegian production
  • Norway and UK FIDs in 2017
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