|2019-08-01 来源： 中国石化新闻网|
中国石化新闻网讯 据ICIS网站7月30日伦敦报道 根据ICIS周一的分析，英国新政府的能源政策决策可能会被推迟，直到该国退出欧盟的问题得到解决。
为今年10月31日的脱欧最后期限做准备是Boris Johnson新政府的当务之急。Boris Johnson的新政府是在保守党下院议员赢得该党领导权选举后于上周成立。
王磊 摘译自 ICIS
UK energy policy in limbo as Brexit looms - ICIS analysis
Energy policy decision making by the new UK government is likely to be delayed until the country’s exit from the EU has been resolved, according to ICIS analysis on Monday.
Preparations for the Brexit deadline on 31 October are set to be the immediate focus of Boris Johnson’s new government, which was formed last week after the Conservative MP won his party’s leadership contest.
Brexit will likely delay the release of the government’s energy policy white paper, which was previously due over the summer, to at least the autumn.
Johnson has repeatedly said that he intends to ensure that the UK exits the union on or before the Halloween deadline regardless of whether a new withdrawal agreement has been reached.
The need to assess the implications of the UK’s new 2050 net zero emissions target, introduced by former prime minister Theresa May in one of her final actions in the top job, is likely to further delay policy announcements.
Overall, the new government’s energy strategy is unlikely to differ substantially from that of the previous government. Incoming energy secretary Andrea Leadsom has publicly endorsed the 2050 target, while Johnson has stated that the climate change agenda will remain at the “absolute core” of energy policymaking.