Europe upstream week in brief: Total proves extension of 'Zohr Play' into Cyprus



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This is our latest week in brief where we give you quick, responsive opinion and analysis on all that's going on in European oil and gas. This week includes: In Cyprus, Total discovers gas at deepwater Onesiforos West-1 well. In the UK, Verbier and Partridge wells come up dry, while EnQuest cuts costs further at its heavy oil Kraken development. In Ireland, a second water-bearing reservoir on the Irish Porcupine Basin spells disappointment for Providence.

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    • Disappointing results for Providence in Ireland
    • EnQuest announces further US$100m cost savingsat Kraken development
    • Mature Norwegian acreage still attracting high interest
    • Ekofisk South bolstered with new IOR project
    • Goanna well comes up short for Wellesley
    • Statoil selects subsea solution for Johan Sverdrup Phase 2
    • Green light for Greek Development
    • Miloslaw comes onstream in Poland
    • Norway re-elects Conservative-led coalition
    • Offshore Europe: an insiders perspective
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