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Study of potential benefits to British industry from offshore oil and gas developments.
International Management and Engineering Group of Britain.
At head of title: Department of Trade and Industry.
|Contributions||Great Britain. Dept. of Trade and Industry.|
|LC Classifications||HD9571.6 .I58 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||136|
|LC Control Number||73167320|
The oil and gas industry of UK benefits our daily life by providing energy to power industry, oil to transport and heat to homes. Through its broad supply chain, it employs hundreds of thousands of people and makes a major contribution to the UK economy in terms of tax revenues, Technologies and exports. The successful development of new oil and gas fields is a vital part of ensuring the Maximum Economic Recovery (MER) of hydrocarbons from the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS). Development projects not only add barrels of production, but also help sustain thousands of engineering and fabrication jobs across the supply chain.
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