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Ivar Aasen onstream and DEA increases Njord share: Northwest Europe week in focus

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Report summary

The week in focus covers all exploration and appraisal drilling activity throughout Northwest Europe. The report also provides comprehensive coverage of deals and licensing activity. A well tracker is available for download. This weeks edition covers: In the UK, Taqa started drilling the Sturgeon prospect. In Norway, Aker BP announced first production from Ivar Aasen and completed the appraisal of its Langfjellet discovery. Also, DEA strengthened its position in the Njord Area through a deal with Engie E&P and Statoil completed its acquisition of 25% in Byrding from Wintershall. In the Netherlands, Oranje-Nassau Energie has spud the P/18-8 exploration well targeting the Bravo prospect.

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Tables and charts

This report includes 11 images and tables including:

Tables

  • Equity change
  • Equity change in Licences
  • Well Spud Information
  • Well Information for Langfjellet
  • Well completion data for P/18-8

Images

  • Location of Byrding field
  • Location of DEA Assets
  • Location of Ivar Aasen
  • Location of exploration well 16/1-4
  • Location of Aker BP Wells
  • Location of appraisal well P18-8

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