Report: UK must invest in 'net zero North Sea'

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Report: UK must invest in 'net zero North Sea'

Oil and Gas Technology Centre sets out new vision for establishing North Sea basin as a globally significant clean tech hub

A new era of net zero energy production has the potential to transform the North Sea into one of the world's leading clean technology hubs, according to a major new report from the Oil and Gas Technology...

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