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Scotland and offshore oil: the developing impact

Smith, Hance D. ORCID:, Hogg, Alexander and Hutcheson, MacrGregor A. 2008. Scotland and offshore oil: the developing impact. Scottish Geographical Magazine 92 (2) , pp. 75-91. 10.1080/00369227608736334

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The search for and early exploitation of oil and gas in Scottish waters have occurred over a brief time span. Considerable environmental problems have had to be overcome offshore and large servicing and engineering developments have been established onshore. The latter have generated particular pressures locally on labour supply and on the economic infrastructure of certain regions. The economic potential of oil has raised hopes for Scotland's future prosperity.

Item Type: Article
Date Type: Published Online
Status: Published
Schools: Earth and Environmental Sciences
Publisher: Taylor and Francis
Last Modified: 12 May 2023 16:15

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