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UK Set for Record Tax Revenue From North Sea Oil and Gas

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The UK Treasury is set to collect record revenue from oil and gas this year, with or without a windfall tax. 

Before the government imposed a new North Sea levy on Thursday, the industry was set to deliver £28 billion of corporate profits in 2022, with the state collecting £12 billion in taxes, according to consultant Wood Mackenzie Ltd.