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Report summary

On 18 April 2017, Wood Mackenzie hosted its annual Moscow Upstream Briefing. The title of the event was The Upstream industry adapts - what’s changing and how successfully? The presentations, available in the Downloads section, aim to provide wider context beyond Russia, and how companies are reacting to the current price environment.  Exploration - turning the corner by David Thomson, Product Manager Exploration Service Uncertain times ahead as gas markets pivot on Russia strategy by Stephen O’Rourke, Director Global Gas Recovery mode: the emerging operator / supply chain relationship by Malcolm Forbes-Cable, Vice President Consulting 2017, a turning point for North Africa by Adam Pollard, Senior Analyst, Middle East & North Africa Winning long-term strategies for oil producers by Valentina Kretzschmar, Director, Corporate Research.

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    Exploration turning the corner.pdf

    PDF 1.25 MB

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    Uncertain times ahead as gas markets pivot on Russia strategy.pdf

    PDF 1.41 MB

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    Recovery mode the emerging operator supply chain relationship.pdf

    PDF 932.86 KB

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    2017 a turning point for North Africa.pdf

    PDF 1.60 MB

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    Winning long-term strategies for oil producers NOCs v Majors.pdf

    PDF 1.28 MB

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    Moscow upstream briefing 2017

    ZIP 5.76 MB

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