Non-profit disputes claim new North Sea licences will enhance UK fuel security

A North Sea oil platform. The UK has granted new oil and gas licences for drilling in its waters, but has admitted 80 per cent of production will be sold abroad. (Photo: Carina Johansen/Bloomberg)

Analysis from the UK-based Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit finds that oil from new licences will account for less than 1 per cent of the fuels used in the UK in 2030

Oil drilled under new licences in the North Sea and sent to UK refineries will account ...

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