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Netherlands - recent news
|12 Oct 17
||Maersk Drilling secures contract extensions for two rigs
Maersk Drilling has been awarded two contract extensions in the North Sea. Jack-up Maersk Resolve has been awarded a contract extension by Wintershall Noordzee and the jack-up Maersk Resolute has been awarded another extension of the contract with Petrogas E&P Netherlands.
|26 Sep 17
||Netherlands: Hansa Hydrocarbons confirms an important discovery on its GEms licences, offshore Netherlands
Hansa Hydrocarbons has announced that the N05-1 exploration well drilled offshore Netherlands on its GEms licences, has been confirmed as a significant discovery encountering gas in the target basal Rotliegend sandstones. A DST flowed at 53 million standard cubic feet per day.
|16 Jul 17
||Netherlands: Dutch court hearing pits Big Oil against Groningen locals
Angry Dutch residents living near the huge Groningen gas field demanded a total halt to production, accusing oil companies of causing house-damaging earth tremors and the government of lying at a hearing in the Netherlands' highest court on Thursday.
|28 Jun 17
||Netherlands: Shell and Exxon to appeal latest Groningen gas production cap
A joint venture between Royal Dutch Shell and Exxon Mobil said on Wednesday it would appeal against a Dutch government plan to lower a production cap at the Groningen natural gas field by a further 10 percent.
|24 May 17
||Netherlands: Shell and Exxon may appeal over planned Groningen gas output cut
A joint venture between Royal Dutch Shell and Exxon Mobil said on Wednesday it was considering appealing against a Dutch government plan to cut production at the Groningen gas field by 10 percent.
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