This briefing paper considers the extent to which renewables in Scotland are shaped by the policy responsibilities and decisions of multiple governments: the Scottish Government,
Constitutional considerations are generating more heat than light in discussions of Scotland’s future energy mix, says Prof Paul Cairney.
Paul Cairney discusses fracking and how the political parties deal with uncertainty.
Alex Kemp and Linda Stephen, University of Aberdeen, shed light on the subject of the North Sea oil and gas industry's future.
David Comerford looks at the “Carbon Bubble” and whether Scotland is particularly exposed.
This week, both the Scottish Government and the UK Government have produced their analyses of energy prospects of an independent Scotland.
David Phillips of the Institute for Fiscal Studies shares his observations on the annual Government Expenditutre and Revenues report, reflecting on declining returns from North Sea oil.
Today, the Scottish Government published the latest version of its annual Government Expenditure and Revenues Scotland (GERS)
On 10 June 2013 Edward Davey MP, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, announced a review of UK offshore oil and gas recovery and its regulati