Energy Voice – Out Loud
Aberdeen’s oil tourism, Bojo’s export ethics and Kishorn’s high hopes
Jul 31, 2020 · 32 min
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Boris Johnson having an ethical dilemma? Oil tourism in Aberdeen? An FPSO being refurbished in Kishorn?? Okay, the latter isn’t so far-fetched but the EVOL team go full lockdown podcast mode this week as they tackle these tough questions and more! 

Ed kicks us off with a tale about the UK Government reviewing its financing of foreign fossil fuel developments.  The implications for climate change, winning overseas work and fuel poverty are all on the table. 

Then, what better way for Allister to spend his birthday than to talk about an oil tourism idea from the 1980s? He reflects on his chat with businessman Charles Skene about his museum-theme park idea once planned for the Beach Boulevard. 

Mark rounds us off with news that the Voyageur Spirit FPSO from Premier Oil’s Huntington field is off to Kishorn drydock for refurb work ahead of redeployment, in another big win for the Scottish port with big ambitions. It’s all in this week’s Energy Voice Out Loud, in association with Burness Paull.

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