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Conservative MPs could face local opposition if they support fracking, putting them on a collision course with the Government. The Financial Times reports that 35 out of 38 MPs in the South East whose constituencies could face drilling are Tories.
SNP press release Former Labour Chancellor Denis Healey has admitted the Treasury purposely played down the value of Scotland’s oil reserves in the 1970s because o...
Tim Yeo, Chair of the Energy and Climate Change Select Committee, said that it was worth paying the high price of new nuclear power stations. “Of course, this is ...
Downing Street said the Government would provide assistance to the European Commission to "get to the bottom" of market manipulation by some of the world's top oil f...
Thank you, Mr Speaker. The allegations that have been made about these three oil companies – BP, Royal Dutch Shell and Statoil, as well as the price reporting age...
Energy firms that have participated in price fixing should face the "full force of the law", the Energy Secretary said today. Ed Davey was speaking after it was r...
17/05/2013 on Daily Politics, BBC Two
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14/05/2013 on Sky News
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