EVOL: North Sea oil spills, solar racing cars, and Asia feeding frenzy
The team are inspired to build an Energy Voice solar-powered racing car for an event in Africa. Ed explains how the solar car race is putting South Africa on the road to decarbonisation in a country that is largely powered by coal.
Allister provides an update on a North Sea oil spill at the Auk field and asks whether spending cutbacks have resulted in a flurry of HSE incidents over the past year. Are Ocean Quahog, which can live for more than 500 years, threatened by the oil leak?
And Damon rounds us off in Southeast Asia, where Harbour Energy is finding a warmer welcome than in the UK. There are also plenty of oil and gas projects for contractors to sink their teeth into within the region.
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