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The rally, which is still going on, will feature singers and speakers addressing a crowd angry at the BBC's refusal to provide balanced coverage of the independence referendum.
The event is being broadcast live by media newcomers Independence Live. The short clip below shows the scenes from earlier on.
Posted by Brian Simpson on September 14, 2014 at 19:10
• To date 42 billion barrels of oil and gas have been produced from the North Sea using conventional production techniques and there is a consensus that there are remaining conventional reserves of around 24 billion barrels.
• Oil and gas recovered from the Upper Jurassic Kimmeridge Clay formation through new techniques could add an estimated 21 billion barrels, almost equivalent to the estimated 24 billion barrels of oil and gas reserves remaining.
• Up to an additional £300 billion in tax revenues though this 21 billion barrels to either the UK Treasury or a Scottish Government either independent or with full control of oil and gas revenues.
• On top of the up to £365 billion estimated to be currently obtainable in tax revenues through conventional means between now and 2040, combined with this up to £300 billion from these new sources of oil and gas production would see North Sea oil and gas revenues of up to a staggering £665 billion, more than double the total taxation from oil and gas received to date (£313 billion).
• The UK’s economic watchdog, the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR), has put this tax revenue figure at £57 billion between 2014 and 2040.
• Senior official within DECC (UK Department of Energy and Climate Change) backs this “enormous” potential.
• Danish state-owned oil company, Nordsofonden, have described the Danish offshore unconventional shale oil and gas resource as “a potential…Continue
Posted by Brian Simpson on September 4, 2014 at 12:00
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