Westwood Global Energy reports that as of 22 August there were two active exploration wells and six appraisal wells drilling in the UK.
Westwood Global Energy Group
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Steady oil prices
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A group of energy research and consulting companies that includes Douglas Westwood has been renamed and reorganised.