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Research into the social impact of North Sea oil developments in Scotland
Social Science Research Council (Great Britain)
1975 by S.S.R.C .
Written in English
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The history and future of North Sea oil and gas: an environmental perspective By F. G. Larminie British Petroleum Co. pic, Britannic House, Moor Lane, London EC2Y 9BU, U.K. The history of the development of the hydrocarbon resources of the North Sea is reviewed in an environmental context. The development of impact assessment. Cite this paper as: Tasker M.L. () Oil and Gas Development in the North Sea. In: Rasmussen R.O., Koroleva N.E. (eds) Social and Environmental Impacts in the North: Methods in Evaluation of Socio-Economic and Environmental Consequences of Mining and Author: Mark L. Tasker. Image caption Oil revenues have contributed up to a fifth of Scotland's annual income in the past 10 years. The value of North Sea oil to Scotland's economy is . North of Scotland to bring winds of change. by Erikka Askeland is the first out of the gates with a major offshore wind into oil plan. but the impact it may have on North Sea.
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Social Science Research Council (Great Britain). Advisory Group on Research into the Social Impact of North Sea Oil Developments in Scotland.
Research into the social impact of North Sea oil developments in Scotland. London: S.S.R.C., (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. Developments in North Sea policy and their impact on the offshore oil and gas industry J.E.
Tamis, J. Heusinkveld, J. Asjes, M.F.L. Leopold & C.C. Karman. Tourism Manaf,fment 15 (5) The effects of North Sea oil development on the development of tourism The case of the Shetland Isles R W Butler and D A Fennell Department ofGeograptiv, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada NdA 5C2 There has been little study of the effects of major developments on (he tourism industry of a by: Scottish North Sea oil and gas industry 23 April 14/28 Greig Liddell This briefing is produced to assist the Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee in their inquiry into Scotland’s Economic Future Post It provides a summary of key statistics at a pivotalFile Size: 1MB.
All the latest breaking news on North Sea oil. Browse The Independent’s complete collection of articles and commentary on North Sea oil. North Sea oil is a mixture of hydrocarbons, comprising liquid petroleum and natural gas, produced from petroleum reservoirs beneath the North Sea.
In the petroleum industry, the term "North Sea" often includes areas such as the Norwegian Sea and the area known as "West of Shetland", "the Atlantic Frontier" or "the Atlantic Margin" that is not geographically part of the North Sea.
Based on these developments, the impact for the offshore oil and gas industry is described, from the industry’s perspective. Discover the world's research 17+ million members. Lives in the Oil Industry is one of the country's most important collections of sound recordings for the historian of the future.
The focus is on the origins and evolution of the UK North Sea Oil and Gas Industry and the people who have worked in it or alongside it.
Scotland has attempted to group oil and gas developments into a few sites while Norway prefers a scattering of such developments to widen the spread of local economic benefits. In the UK all the impacts of local oil-related development are planned for at the local level while in Norway development responsibilities and expertise are split Cited by: 2.
Research and Markets Laura Wood, Senior Manager [email protected] For E.S.T Office Hours Call For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call THE economic boom triggered by the massive oil find in the North Sea transformed Aberdeen and the area around the Granite City.
After the discovery 40. The present and likely future effects of oil and gas developments on the Scottish economy formed the subject of a long term study undertaken for the Scottish Office.
The final report of this study, The Economic Impact of North Sea Oil on Scotland, was published by HMSO in In more recent years further work has been done on the impact of oil on.
Brexit: If Scotland leaves the UK, what’ll happen to North Sea oil. may prove to be a positive result for oil producers due to the impact on, U.K. and those producing oil in the U.K. THE BRUTAL impact of the oil crash has been laid bare in a hard-hitting report on the troubled north-east economy.
A soaring number of benefit claimants, plummeting hotel Author: Andy Philip. Consensus Study Report: Consensus Study Reports published by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine document the evidence-based consensus on the study’s statement of task by an authoring committee of s typically include findings, conclusions, and recommendations based on information gathered by the committee and the committee’s deliberations.
An oil industry representative body has announced the formation of a North Sea recovery taskforce as “hard decisions” start to bear down over thousands of redundancies in the sector. The document considered Scotland’s place in the industry, and stated that between and 25 billion barrels of oil equivalent remain in the North Sea, and that the country would benefit from a Scottish Oil Fund, obtained via the proceeds of Scotland’s Oil & Gas revenues.
The UK and Scottish governments are to pour more than £m of extra investment into Aberdeen to help it cope with the job losses and economic impact of the collapse in global oil : Severin Carrell. "It's Scotland's oil" was a widely publicised political slogan used by the Scottish National Party (SNP) during the s in making their economic case for Scottish independence.
It was argued that the discovery of North Sea oil off the coast of Scotland, and the revenue that it created would not benefit Scotland to any significant degree. Most of Scotland’s recoverable North Sea oil is gone, with 40 billion barrels pumped since the first discovery in and production in decline since Estimates of how much is left vary.
Scotland's economy, without North Sea oil, is similar to that of the UK as a whole, with which it is closely integrated after more than years since the Act of Union.
Independence would affect. Oil and Gas UK’s latest economic report shows over £m of investment in the North Sea last year, helping the basin buck its year trend of declining oil production with an increase of : Jillian Ambrose.
If Scotland gains independence then they will be the lucky recipients of 90% of the oil resources in the North Sea, with an annual worth of somewhere between £ 6bn and £ 12bn. There are many who believe Scotland’s potential independence could affect future investment for the better.
‘North Sea oil companies will commit to developing between 12 and 16 new fields inmore than in the last three years put together, a new report said.
The fresh investment will unlock around £5billion and yield more than million barrels of oil and gas in the long run, Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) said in its Business Outlook. North Sea oil is basically all but done. Enjoy it while it lasts: A Scottish oil refinery.
Christopher Furlong/Getty Images As Scotland prepares to vote in a Sept. 18 referendum on whether it will. Royal Dutch Shell estimated Monday t gallons of oil had spilled into the North Sea from an oil rig off Scotland’s eastern coast. The Gannet Alpha rig, miles east of Aberdeen, is.
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Cited by: 5. In this thesis the taxation of North Sea oil is found to deter oilfield investment substantiaty - investment which it pursued would bring about Pareto benefits. Analysis of both the comparative static tax effects and the dynamics of taxation on oilfield development decisions reveals the nature of the deterrent, while a specially developed econometric model is used to quantify the impact of the Cited by: 6.
The announcement comes as the UK Oil & Gas Authority has approved the development of the Culzean gas field – the largest new field discovered in the UK North Sea for a Author: HM Treasury.
The growth of North Sea oil revenues is the most important fiscal development in the British economy in teh s. Yet it is one which does not impinge directly on individuals-we do not see the activity which yields these returns nor are we direct recipients of them.
Perhaps it is for this reason that there is little understanding or analysis of the impact of North Sea oil on the British Cited by: The end of Scotland’s North Sea oil and gas supplies could be an opportunity There are opportunities waiting to be seized, unheard-of jobs waiting to be created.
Oil giant BP has announced it is to cut jobs and contractor roles following a review of its North Sea operations. BP is the just the latest in.
The massive slump in North Sea oil revenues would leave an independent Scotland with a bigger deficit than Greece, with experts saying the dip has left the nationalist dream of separation from the UK dead in.
New exploration in the North Sea will be supported by a £5 million UK government fund for /19, Philip Hammond announced today (25 September) during a visit to Aberdeen and : HM Treasury.
The economic development agency’s Oil and Gas Diversification Opportunities guide is accompanied by a series of factsheets which profile opportunities in ten growth markets, including. Offshore Wind: the UK has more offshore wind than any other country, having. Costs ani Benefits The econanic impact of North Sea oil is ing to the Governments' annual statistical review of Britains oil and gas resources, Development of the Oil and Gas Resources of the~ Kingdom (hereafter referred to as the~ Book) edition, the oil and gas production accounted for just under 5% of the UK.
Multi-million-barrel oil discovery in North Sea. in March and, together with it, suggests news discoveries are being made contrary to the media doubts about the future of the North Sea. 9 thoughts on “ Another major oil-find in Scottish sector of North Sea ” Holebender April 3, I think that was a great piece of research and one we.
Each North Sea country has its own legal and institutional arrangements for coastal governance. The legal frameworks relating to the coastal zone are complex and diverse, and further complicated by the federal structure or devolution within countries (Gibson ).France has specific legislation for the coastal zone (Loi Littoral ).The UK has passed the Marine and Coastal Access Cited by: 5.
The British government on Monday promised to make it easier and quicker to unlock hard-to-extract North Sea gas and oil as part of its efforts to persuade Scotland to remain part of the United.
News > Business > Business News Scotland North Sea oil revenues collapse by nearly % to re-ignite independence debate. Scotland’s public sector spends £12, per.
Britain's lucrative North Sea oil and gas industry, estimated to be worth up to £ billion in potential benefits, may be in peril should Scotland vote for independence, David Cameron has warned, campaigning against independence ahead of the referendum.
Aditya Chakrabortty of the Guardian thinks so, as do many on the evidence appears at first sight quite strong, if we compare the UK to Norway. The Norwegian government invested the proceeds from its share of North Sea oil in a sovereign wealth fund, and as a result each Norwegian citizen is currently about $, richer.
The fund holds on average 1% of the world's : Mainly Macro.NORTH Sea oil and gas production will cease within a decade, academics have warned.
New research has revealed that just 11 per cent of the UK’s oil reserves, equivalent to billion barrels.