Gas Production from the UK Continental Shelf: An Assessment of Resources, Economics and Regulatory Reform

The decline in indigenous gas production in Europe is an important issue as the region struggles to address its security of supply issues. Understanding the future of gas output is therefore of critical importance.  In this podcast, Marshall Hall discusses with David Ledesma an assessment of the resources still available in UKCS waters and the economics of their production as well as the regulatory issues and government policy that could promote increased output in the future. Marshall also discusses the future of UK gas production and provides important context for the assessment of the UK’s offshore gas potential.

By: OIES