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ExxonMobil makes a big move in the Permian: Corporate week in brief

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Lead stories: ExxonMobil and Noble strike US$10 billion of Permian deals. Q4 results preview: we look ahead to a busy few weeks, anticipating more evidence of the shift from survival to growth. Macro: Brent stable; oil and gas shares lack direction. Companies: 2017 E&P budgets now up 10%; CNOOC and Lundin unveil double digit capex increases; Gazprom’s net income rises. Exploration: Statoil makes high-return incremental discovery in Norway; Tullow’s ninth Kenyan discovery boosts reserves to 800 mmbbl; jury still out on Shell’s Nova Scotia wildcat programme. Other: Statoil sells down UK floating wind pilot project.

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Table of contents

  • Macro: Brent, oil and gas shares
  • Q4 results preview
  • Lead stories: ExxonMobil and Noble strike deals in the Permian
  • Companies: 2017 budgets, CNOOC, Lundin, Woodside, Gazprom
  • Exploration: Statoil, Tullow, Shell
  • Other: Statoil

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