US Upstream week in brief: 20 January 2016

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Report summary

This week, Antero pushes the commercial extent of the Utica south into West Virginia. BHP takes $7.2 billion shale write-down but has made progress in core assets of its portfolio. In the Deepwater Gulf of Mexico production grows with at least six more projects in backlog for 2016. Other news this week: Anadarko's Heidelberg runs ahead of schedule while Cheniere's first LNG train sees delays; Trican offers up US pressure pumping business to focus on Canadian market; NP Resources adds to position in 90,000-acre Bakken/Three Forks acquisition.

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  • Heidelberg comes onstream early
  • Share price performance, crude oil & gas inventories, horizontal rig count stats

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