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michael norton

“Environmental group Greenpeace has lost its case against the UK government over a North Sea oil field permit.

Permission to drill the Vorlich site off Aberdeen was given to BP in 2018.

Greenpeace argued in Scotland’s highest civil court there had been “a myriad of failures in the public consultation” and the permit did not consider the climate impacts of burning fossil fuel.

The Court of Session ruling means operations will continue at the field. Greenpeace plans to appeal.

The U.K. government welcomed the outcome.”

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-north-east-orkney-shetland-58828308

“Ruth Crawford QC for Greenpeace said UK Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng had been “deprived” of information about the environmental impact of the development.

Miss. Crawford said Greenpeace wanted proper public participation in important developments such as the Vorlich”

Too useful, at the moment to leave in the ground.oilfield. We are running out of energy;  just look at people waiting for diesel at fuel stations.