Monthly Archives: April 2015

Reserves v’s Resources

In amongst the election news there’s been a lot of news on the oil and gas front that’s had my spider senses tingling….as in I sense the distinct consistency of grade A Bull$hit! Consider the story of what was described … Continue reading

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Longannet – The good news and the bad

One of the major news stories in Scottish energy policy in recent weeks was the announcement that the 2.4 GW coal fired power station at Longannet would be shutdown next year. Longannet is Scotland’s largest thermal power station and thus largest … Continue reading

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