THE SEA OF LOST OPPORTUNITY
|Author(s)||Norman J. Smith|
|D O W N L O A D|
The content of the document presented to your attention should be treated as a valuable input to the history of British development. The author of this title has made a successful attempt trying to explain why UK has not managed to actually benefit from all discoveries made in the North Sea notwithstanding their thirty years of the government providing all required support to the offshore activities in that region.
The volume is expected to interest the specialists since it sheds the light on the actions that the governments would better undertake in order to pursue the declared industrial objectives. The volume is covering the whole period starting from the time when the first oilwell was drilled offshore UK and up to the moment the specific policy measures have been dismantled. The author has performed his thorough analysis of the information and data mostly obtained from the archive records not accessed earlier.
He is "drilling down" to the level of the decisions made by the individual companies through the case studies plus some other materials. This book is actually the only available duly researched descriptions of the above mentioned economic and technical development. Recommended to the specialists in the subject field.
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