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  • Combination of factors sees drop in deals and drilling in North Sea
    Oil and gas firms may be adopting a “wait and see” approach before making further investment decisions in the North Sea, according to a new report from Deloitte.
  • Deloitte comments on the Wood Review
    The North Sea appears to be at a crossroads. Last year saw a 28% drop in exploration and appraisal drilling in the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS) but a 44% rise in the number of new fields starting production – the highest number for five years.
  • 2013 sees 44% rise in North Sea fields starting production but 28% drop in exploration and appraisal drilling
    The number of fields which began producing oil and gas in the UK hit its highest level for five years in 2013, as a number of operators focused on development activity. This is according to the latest report into offshore activity from Deloitte.
  • Deloitte: Boom in Africa infrastructure spend
    The infrastructure development boom across Africa has attracted investment worth US$222.7 billion, with 322 large infrastructure projects underway across the continent, according to a report by Deloitte.
  • Deloitte comments on government announcements for shale gas
    Roman Webber, head of oil & gas tax at Deloitte UK, commented: “Gaining the support of local communities for shale gas is crucial, so these announcements are welcome in supporting this.

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