SCOTTISH STRATEGY: INDEPENDENCE
Scotland is moving forward with its plans to promote indigenous gas production, examining the potentials of oil and gas discoveries in offshore areas to the west of the country.
'These maritime areas include the Solway Firth, the Firth of Clyde, the North Channel and the Sea of the Hebrides,' reads a note released by the Scottish Government on Sunday.
The government is seeking cooperation with industry and academia to maximise returns from 'underexplored offshore areas.'
As part of its strategy to push for the independence, the Scottish Government…
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