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Shell agrees farm-in to Cluff North Sea licence

Shell agrees farm-in to Cluff North Sea licence

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Cluff Natural Resources (CLNR) has announced it will farm-out a southern North Sea licence to Shell, with the possibility of an agreement on a second.

The deal will see CLNR farm-out 70% of its P2252 licence to the energy giant, which contains the Penascola prospect estimated to hold around 100 million barrels of oil equivalent.

Cluff will retain the remaining 30% non-operated interest and the costs will be “satisfied by each party in proportion to their working interests”.

The agreed work programme includes shooting of at least 400km2   of new seismic data over the Penascola prospect this summer to support a well investment decision before the end of 2020. read more

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Shell leads cash race but Exxon catching up

Shell leads cash race but Exxon catching up

Ron Bousso: 8 Feb 2019

LONDON (Reuters) – Royal Dutch Shell widened its lead over Exxon Mobil as king of cash among the world’s top oil and gas companies last year but its U.S. rival could catch up with its investment drive in new production.

The five leading firms, known as oil majors, more than tripled profits and doubled cash generation since 2016 as deep cost cutting bore fruit after an industry slump. read more

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