Tax or Technology? The Revival of UK North Sea Oil Production

Oil production in the UK North Sea reached a peak of 2.63 million bld in 1985. As widely predicted in the 1970s and early 1980s, output then declined sharpty, down to 1.8 million bld in 1991. The surprising feature of subsequent production development was a resumption of growth after the 1991 trough to a new peak of 2.49 million bid in 1995.

By: S. Martin

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