UK in decom spat with EU countries on plan for ‘Brent-light’ North Sea oilfield

The UK is facing opposition from several European nations for its support of Fairfield Energy’s plan to leave the huge legs of the Dunlin oilfield in the North Sea.

A special consultative meeting of Ospar, a pan-European body to protect the marine environment, is to be held after opposition was raised by parties including Germany, the Netherlands, Spain and the EU, Energy Voice understands.

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