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Oil and gas investment slows but energy leads infrastructure

There has been a 10% reduction in private investment in UK oil and gas infrastructure since December 2014, new figures from the Treasury reveal.
In a 10 August update on the UK’s National Infrastructure Pipeline, the Treasury said the total had fallen by more than £2 billion to £411 billion. That was caused by a fall in oil and gas investment, which it said was due to depressed global prices for the two commodities.

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