Our new best friend is certainly taking the bull by the horn-
The OGA is working hard with industry to tackle the current challenges being felt in the UKCS, which is coming to terms with a dramatic fall in revenues as prices have reduced. The OGA recently published its “Call to Action: Six Months on” Report6, which shows the actions it has been taking, and sets out good examples of collaborative practices the OGA is already seeing from industry. The OGA is making its impact felt; the focus on driving collaboration and bringing companies together to create value is proving powerful, and will continue to be the regulator’s ethos.
This bloke who has been getting a salary he could only dream of in the real world far away from AIM. Lots of us have a far bigger dilemma and its all of his and his incompetent cronies making. More proof that 13 is borderline certifiable.
How much is he prepared to give up and for how much? Purchasers dilemma is how much they want of one of the biggest fields in the North Sea for the next 35 years with one the lowests cost / barrel and how much they are willing to pay! My suggestion is ;get the aggressive money people who are trying to make a name for themselves out of the room, and shake hands on one of the biggest deals to be done in the North Sea in recent years! Simples £:-)
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