The Dog That Didn't Bark AKA Alex Salmond lying tosser
The First Minister said oil production was set to rise to two million barrels a day, taking Scotland into a “second oil boom”, as he met industry leaders in Aberdeen yesterday.
He said: “It is also clear that a wide range of credible forecasters expect oil prices to remain close to present levels, or to rise further in future years – with some organisations, such as the Organisation for Economic
Co-operation and Development (OECD), suggesting prices could exceed $150 a barrel by 2020.
The SNP government’s figures are based on an oil price of at least $113 a barrel. However, bodies such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Norwegian Central Bank, with all the Scandinavian country’s oil reserves, have set out scenarios predicting oil prices of below $100 in future years.
Monday, December 21, 2015: ICE North Sea Brent Blend for February delivery closed down $0.53 at $36.35 per barrel.
The price Alex Salmond said we could expect $150 a barrel
the price as of today $36.35per barrel Alex Salmond sometime First Minister of Scotland now gone next Nicola Sturgeon and her pack of lies one day to join the graveyard of failed First Ministers
Of course the snp online squad will tye themselves in verbal knots trying explain how the price of oil now does not matter......and that an Independent Scotland doesn't need the oil price to be the bedrock on which Scotland rests upon.... Shame that for forty years the snp said the complete opposite