Scottish Affairs Committee

Session 2004-05       21 March 2005




MEETING SCOTLAND'S FUTURE ENERGY NEEDS

The Scottish Affairs Committee will publish its Second Report of this Session, "Meeting Scotland's Future Energy Needs" at 1.00 pm on Wednesday 23 March 2005.

A press conference to launch the Report will take place at 1.00 pm on 23 March in The Thatcher Room in Portcullis House, and you are invited to attend.

Advance copies of the Report (embargoed until the time of publication) will be sent to witnesses on 23 March. Media representatives may collect a copy from the Committee's Offices at 7 Millbank, London SW1P 3JA ( Dean Stanley Entrance) from 10.30 am on Wednesday 23 March. Please ring Diane Nelson on 020 7219 6123 or Camilla Brace on 020 7219 6295 if you submitted evidence to the Committee, or are a media representative, and require alternative arrangements.

The Report (House of Commons Paper No. (2004-05) 259-I) will also be available on the Committee's website from Wednesday 23 March 2005. The volume of oral and written evidence taken on this inquiry (House of Commons Paper No. (2004-05) 259-II) will be available from The Stationery Office shortly.

Copies of this publication may be purchased from the Parliamentary bookshop, Stationery Office outlets or The Stationery Office Publications Centre

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Inquiries 020 7873 0011 - Orders 020 7873 9090 - Fax 020 7873 8200

                                                                                                                               

  IMPLICATIONS FOR GRANGEMOUTH OF BP's PLANS

FOR ITS PETROCHEMICALS BUSINESS

The Committee will also publish the oral and written evidence taken on its inquiry into the "Implications for Grangemouth of BP's Plans for its Petrochemicals Business " at 11.00 am on Wednesday 23 March 2005.

The Committee will not be producing a Report on this inquiry.

The volume of evidence (House of Commons Paper No. (2004-05) 278) will also be available on the Committee's website from Wednesday 23 March 2005.