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Opinion

Scotland’s oil and gas sector should prepare for evolution, not revolution

We’re just days away from the UK Budget and this year’s spending plans are leaving us all questioning what to expect.  With a new Chancellor, a new majority Conservative government, the build-up to COP26, and a flurry of Brexit transition negotiations, there’s a lot of second-guessing about the UK’s direction of travel after March 11.

Opinion

Opinion: Visions of cheese

Whilst we are seeing a clear uptick in activity and the UK oil and gas industry is certainly on the way up again, the industry must continue to move forward. However, under current market conditions, how can companies capitalise on change whilst remaining stable and sustainable and, more importantly, will there be enough return for all?

Opinion

KPMG: The challenges of assessing third party risk

There is increasing pressure on oil and gas companies in Aberdeen to address the risks associated with counterparties, be it suppliers, agents, vendors, contractors or joint venture partners - the list goes on.