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Scottish referendum series: part 3/5

Audio 03:18
Kalvin Ng

As Scotland decides whether to secede from Great Britain, one of the key issues has been the management of vast oil and gas reserves in the North Sea. The industry is crucial to Scotland and is said to be worth around 44 billion euros to the British economy. But supporters for independence say Britain has failed to reinvest oil and gas revenue in Scotland. RFI's correspondent reports from Aberdeen, Scotland’s oil hub.