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  • The Scottish government has set out a finalised policy of no support for unconventional oil and gas (UOG) development in Scotland.Energy Minister Paul Wheelhouse confirmed this position following a comprehensive period of evidence-gathering and consultation, including environmental and business asse...

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  • ARAB countries' control of the oil market is being loosened dramatically by a fall in demand and increased production from Russia, according to the latest research. Price rigging: Opec may have shot itself in the foot with its oil pricing strategy The growing weakness of the Opec oil-producing count...

  • 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 su...

  • British taxpayers could pay billions of pounds over the next 20 years unless the government and oil companies focus on decommissioning North Sea oil and gas platforms. Calculations carried out for the Financial Times by Hyperion Energy Consultants, an independent group specialising in oil platform d...

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  • The New Zealand government has passed the Zero Carbon Bill amendment to the current Climate Change Response Act 2002, which will see the country become nearly carbon neutral by 2050.The purpose of the amendment, which will ensure all climate legislation is under one act, is to provide a framework ...

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  • Opec's secretary-general, Ali Rodriguez, warned yesterday of an 'unimaginable' oil price crash next year unless producers cut output significantly, but the US government said substantial reductions could damage the world economy.

  • Germanys BMVI (Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure) believes hydrogen is potentially a key resource to tackle climate change and has awarded 23.5mn to six hydrogen mobility projects.Hydrogen, fuel cells and electricity move the future. We have seen many studies and pilot proj...

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