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The discovery of oil reserves discovered in the Gatwick airport area has been hailed as 'significant' but analysts have been more cautious.
While the chairman of UK Oil & Gas Investments claimed there were 158 million barrels a square mile over a possible 1,100 square miles others questioned the figures.
ITV News business editor Joel Hills reports.
The extent of the oil reserves discovered near Gatwick Airport have been called into question by a specialist in petroleum science.
Professor Alastair Fraser of Imperial College London told ITV News he thought the number of barrels that UK Oil & Gas Investments said lay in the Weald Basin was "probably a little bit exaggerated on the high side".
He added that the reserves would only become "significant" once the oil could be brought to the surface and at "flow rates that are commercial".