The constitutional winds of change for the North Sea

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The implications of constitutional change for the North Sea oil and gas industry will be the topic on the menu when Professor Alex Kemp of the University of Aberdeen is guest speaker at the next evening meeting and supper hosted by the Energy Institute.

 

Professor Kemp’s presentation will examine the implications for the industry both in the short term and in the long run as he looks at the case for both Scottish independence and enhanced devolution and he will highlight the transitional issues with respect to the licensing, regulatory and taxation arrangements. Professor Kemp will also present estimates of the hypothetical shares of oil revenues which a Scottish Government would have received over the years and will show estimates of future production, investment and other measures of activity in a plausible Scottish sector of the UKCS – providing clarity on some of the diverse estimates of recently published future revenues.

The event takes place from 6.30-8.30pm on Tuesday, September 10 at the Marcliffe Hotel, Aberdeen.

Attendance is free but places must be reserved in advance at www.rodgerandco.com . Please note all bookings must be made via this website, bookings made via any other website will not be valid and will not be accepted.

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