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Oral Evidence

Taken before the Energy and Climate Change Committee

on Tuesday 26 October 2010

Members present:
Mr Tim Yeo (Chair) Christopher Pincher
Dan BylesLaura Sandys
Gemma DoyleSir Robert Smith
Dr Phillip LeeDr Alan Whitehead
Albert Owen


Witnesses: Mr Steve Walker, Head of Health and Safety Executive's Offshore Division, Mr Philip Naylor, Director Maritime Services, Maritime and Coastguard Agency, Dr Jonathan Wills, Independent Councillor for Lerwick South—Shetland Islands—and freelance environmental consultant, and Ms Susie Wilks, ClientEarth, Biodiversity Lawyer, gave evidence.

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Witnesses: Mr Roland Festor, Managing Director, Total E&P UK Ltd, Mr Richard Cohagan, Managing Director, Chevron UK Ltd and Mr Brent Cheshire, Managing Director, DONG Exploration and Production UK Ltd, gave evidence.

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