• 03 Aug 2014

Scotland on Sunday

Cropped Maari Wellhead Platform Taranaki Basin Clough Oil Gas

The North Sea could hold more than £40 billion of “unforeseen” oil revenues in fields which were rejected for development but could now be exploited with the latest exploration and recovery technology.

The fields in the UK continental shelf could create 2,500 jobs and £26bn of 
investment, as well as giving the “national economy a much needed boost”, a report by analysts at RMRI Consulting has found.

Read the full story at The Scotsman.