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Listen: What next for the UK oil sector after Conservatives secure surprise victory?

Platts Stuart Elliott, associate editorial director, Europe and Africa oil news, and Nick Coleman, Platts senior editor in London, discuss the implications for the UK's oil sector of the Conservative Party victory in the May 7 UK general election, the rise of the Scottish Nationalist Party and what might happen next in the UK North Sea.


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