Fat fingers on the iPad. I’m not really Dianne Abbott.Great maths there
But seriously the testing for a useful and accurate mix of hydrogen and methane has not gone well so far.
I believe the search in the North Sea is little more than a pause, in order to verify the number of advisories and offshore (sic) companies that will be in charge of the next three years of gas delivery, each one creaming off a bit and adding it to the consumer bill. In the meantime keeping our coal and gas reserves underground will only push prices higher as Europe wonders where their supplies will come from.
Of course I could ask Ofgas if this is in any way plausible.
(Oh ? there isn't one, just a combined energy regulatory board that is promoting leccy in the form of heat pumps, as advertised by the BBC)
I had another brainfart. The seismic events near Arran are probably the Highland Boundary Fault (which bisects Arran), not the Great Glen Fault which is nowhere near there.