Ian Knott: Oil and gas still vital to Scotland’s economy
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Ian Knott: The fine balance between success and failure in oil and gas
The highs and lows of Scotland’s oil and gas industry are never far from the news. When the sector feels any kind of pain or suffers any loss, the nation’s economy takes a sharp breath in hoping the recovery won’t be far away.