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Cost savings and activity levels in the UKCS---a positive sum game. A.G. Kemp and B. MacDonald. Energy Policy, January 1995, 23(1); 71--83.

The effects are examined of two separate aspects of cost saving in the UKCS, the first of which being the consequences of cost savings for activity levels. The second part of the study examines the consequences of variations in cycle times (with costs held constant in real terms) for the returns to investors. This exercise was conducted on a suite of model fields. The results are presented and discussed together with 42 graphical illustrations and bar charts. 9 refs.

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