EVOL: Brutus, Cyanide and Cambo – happy new year by the way . . .
We’re back for 2023 and there’s plenty to chat about. Cries of betrayal are coming from the Aberdeen business community over the newly-published Scottish Government energy strategy and the region missing out on its freeport bid.
South Africa. Eskom’s CEO has revealed he’s survived an attempted poisoning by cyanide in his coffee. We discuss the details we have so far on the attempt on the head of the country’s state-owned electricity generator.
And it has been more than a year since Shell said it wouldn’t invest in the controversial Cambo oilfield, yet it remains a 30% owner of the project. 13 months on, we assess whether it will stick or twist with Cambo.
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