The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has awarded more than £200,000 to stimulate further interest in offshore oil and gas exploration activity in the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS).
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The UK government, through the newly created ‘Oil and Gas Authority’, has awarded licences in one of the biggest rounds to be held in the UK in decades.
The new UK Conservative government has outlined its plans to establish the country’s Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) as an independent regulator.
Former BG Group director Andy Samuel has been confirmed as head of the new UK Oil and Gas Authority (OGA), tasked with maximising UK output.