Aberdeen has been urged to cash in on European oil capital status, emulating the likes of Texas, Berlin, Viborg and Istanbul by opening a national energy museum.
The suggestion, by a senior figure at Visit Scotland, has reignited hopes for a visitor attraction, based at the city’s new south harbour, on a decommissioned North Sea oil rig.
Rob Dickson, the tourist board’s director of industry and destination development, lamented the lack of an energy centre as a “missed opportunity”.
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