UK's Energy Minister Says that the Scottish Referendum Could Slow Investment
By Cynthia Taylor
The referendum on the Scottish Independence could do damage to investments said Michael Fallon, who is the Minister of State for Energy.
Mr Fallon expressed his fear that investment in energy and also in general would begin to pause, he spoke at a conference at Chatham House.
He also brought up the point of how an independent Scotland would be able to afford the substantial decommissioning payments for the oil infrastructure in the North Sea.
In a poll conducted by ScotCen Social Research in January has found that most of the Scots people would vote to stay in the United Kingdom.. Scotland has been a member of the UK for over 300 yars.
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