There’s a storm brewing over at Hurricane Energy with one of its major shareholders suggesting the board doesn’t have “skin in the game”. Crystal Amber says the relationship has “deteriorated dramatically,” so the EVOL team take this opportunity to dive into the potted history of the west of Shetland operator.
Next up, just as Total unveils its brand new clean, green “TotalEnergies” rebrand, the firm is being targeted by NGOs for trying to build a massive heated oil pipeline in Uganda. Will it get built or will banks buckle under the pressure?
And of course we can’t miss the Chancellor’s Budget this week. A £30million-plus package for Aberdeen’s oil-energy sector transformation. Not everyone is baaa-hind the plans though…
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