Impact assessment

Enabling a discretionary power to remove obligations to decommission offshore oil and gas facilities when re-used for carbon dioxide storage

The Impact assessments addressed issues that have rised from enabling a discretionary power to remove obligations to decommission offshore oil…

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

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Enabling a discretionary power to remove obligations to decommission offshore oil and gas facilities when re-used for carbon dioxide storage: Impact assessments (final)

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The Impact assessments addressed issues that have rised from enabling a discretionary power to remove obligations to decommission offshore oil and gas facilities when re-used for carbon dioxide storage.

Published 1 June 2011