By ALEX RUSSELL and PETER STRACHAN
Shell is preparing to start the decommissioning of its four gigantic oil platforms in the famous Brent field in the Scottish part of the North Sea – a huge undertaking.
Unfortunately, the company plans to dismantle only the topsides of the platforms. It wants to leave the Eiffel-tower sized legs, including 64 giant storage cells at the base of these structures, in place.
They will take hundreds of years to disintegrate, so we call on the UK government and other North Sea governments to call a halt to these plans. We also demand that the Scottish government have a say in the project.
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