Sunak to meet oil and gas bosses in windfall tax charm offensive


Companies argue that the levy will damage investment into domestic green energy sources

Rishi Sunak will embark on a charm offensive with the oil and gas industry during a visit to Aberdeen on Thursday as he attempts to heal the rift caused by his windfall tax.

The chancellor will meet executives from the sector in the Granite City, the home of the British oil industry, days after draft legislation for the Energy Profits Levy (EPL) was published.

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