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Hannon Westwood’s 30th Round Screening Study offers first pass screening to grade opportunities for further detailed work enabling explorers and business managers to focus efforts where most appropriate. Saves time and manpower by providing geotechnical data and previous mapping.
This new report from Richmond Energy Partners, examines Norwegian exploration performance over the period following the 2 billion barrel Johan Sverdrup field discovery in 2010/11. The report identifies the companies who are the “winners and losers” and considers the drivers for exploration performance.
Richmond Energy Partner’s (REP) report, now in its 7th edition, analyses international conventional exploration performance in 2015 and over a five-year exploration cycle, together with 2016 exploration drilling plans. The report has become a key performance benchmark for conventional international exploration.
Hannon Westwood’s 29th Round Screening Study Report is available now and includes details of prospects and discoveries that fall within open acreage in blocks offered in the Round. Written to be consistent with those areas designated as available for applications in the Round – which contain prospects and discoveries.
Hannon Westwood’s publication UK Onshore Oil & Gas Potential – A Comprehensive Review provides an in-depth analysis of UK onshore oil and gas potential offering a technical and commercial insight into the UK onshore oil and gas upstream business and includes UK & Northern Ireland licensing and a geological overview – aimed at technical and managerial staff.
Novas Consulting, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hannon Westwood, in collaboration with TGS, announces their UK Shale Plays Report, a critical review of the widely differing UK shale resource estimates that establishes the true potential of existing shales while providing a comprehensive technical and commercial assessment of UK shale plays.