£13bn in subsidies paid to UK oil and gas since Paris Agreement
The UK government has provided over £13bn in subsidies to the country's oil and gas industry since the Paris Agreement, analysis of new OECD data has uncovered.Published by the Paid to Pollute campaign, the findings show that, from 2016 to 2020, oil and gas companies received £9.9bn in tax reliefs for new exploration and production, and £3.7bn towards decomm
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