UK catapulted to forefront of offshore

The offshore energy industry 'needs a more co-ordinated approach, with the supply chain, developers, financiers and politicians all working closely to identify where costs can be reduced'

The offshore energy industry 'needs a more co-ordinated approach, with the supply chain, developers, financiers and politicians all working closely to identify where costs can be reduced'

The UK, a world leader in so many fields throughout its history, has a chance to show the way again.

The country that gave us the steam engine, the electric motor, the world wide web, the jet engine, light bulbs, the telephone, television and the automatic teller machine (not forgetting the literature, plays, music and global sports enjoyed by billions) is well positioned to put itself at the forefront of one of the 21st century’s most important industries.

Britain, which has the greatest offshore-energy potential in Europe, can lead the world in developing an industry that will generate tens of thousands of jobs in engineering, manufacturing, installation, maintenance and operations services, while Log in to read complete article.

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