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Gordon Brown landed North Sea oil in choppy water

The Government's management of the North Sea tax regime, following the change, designed to encourage companies to spend more on finding new fields, to charging oil companies a supplement to corporation tax for their North Sea profits, but allowing them to offset investment. However, in 2005, this supplementary tax rate was raised and is considered to have lowered production in recent years.

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