The chief executive of Shell has addressed whether the prospect of a North Sea windfall tax would damage the case for its planned £25bn investment in the UK.
Ben Van Beurden
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Shell chief executive Ben van Beurden says a windfall tax on the profits of North Sea companies is unlikely to ease the problems caused by lofty gas prices.
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