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North Sea Project Tracker Q4 2017: Nearly US$20 billion to be sanctioned before year end

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Report summary

The North Sea project tracker Insight Report provides key details on close to 100 projects in the wider North Sea and comes with an Excel file containing all supporting data. It includes our estimate of project FID and start-up date, reserves, peak production, capital expenditure, breakeven price and value. The report will be published on a quarterly basis, allowing you to see how these projects change from quarter to quarter. Five projects have reached FID in the North Sea so far this year, including the early production system at Hurricane's Lancaster field, as well as brownfield projects at Njord and Captain EOR. But there is still plenty to watch out for, with another eight projects still slated for sanction before year end, including Statoil's US$6.7 billion Johan Castberg in the Barents Sea.

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  • Downloads - details on nearly 100 projects in the North Sea
  • Global Project Tracker - information on EPIC requirements

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