Not a lot of time passed before Denmark's national North Sea policy of Dec. 4 impacted oil activities in the country, seeing as French supermajor Total filed two field development plans with the Danish Energy Agency in the same month: the first one on Dec. 18, and the other five days later.
The plans involve projects Halfdan North and Valdemar Bo South, which are expected to hold 30-73 million and 19-45 million barrels of oil equivalent, respectively. Both projects pertain to oil rather than gas extraction.
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