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Europe upstream week in brief: the highs and lows of North Sea exploration

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03 October 2017

Europe upstream week in brief: the highs and lows of North Sea exploration

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 some early thoughts on Ruby, the large new gas discovery in The Netherlands; news of more exploration disappointment in the Norwegian Barents with two dry wells; and the start-up of BP's Arundel, the ninth field to come onstream in the UK this year.

Table of contents

    • Hansa confirms big Ruby discovery
    • Barents exploration continues to disappoint as Borselv and Goliat Eye come up dry
    • Small pools in action, BP starts production at Arundel
    • Ineos completes on DONG Energy takeover
    • Total begins deepwater exploration in the Black Sea
    • i3 Energysubmit Liberator field development plan
    • BRUA pipeline gets the go-ahead despite recent setbacks
    • Bids submitted for block offshore Latvia
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