A Greenpeace challenge against the UK government over a decision to allow a North Sea oilfield is "largely procedural and opportunistic", a court has heard.
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The environmental group believes permission should not have been granted for the Vorlich field.
At the Court of Session, it is calling for the decision to be overturned, and for BP's permit to be revoked.
Three judges are now considering a ruling after the two-day hearing.
The Vorlich field is 150 miles east of Aberdeen.
Greenpeace said it was the first time an offshore oil permit had ever been challenged in court and that if it wins, the case could have huge ramifications, such as for the Cambo field off Shetland.
On Wednesday, Ruth Crawford QC for Greenpeace had said Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng had been "deprived" of information about the environmental impact it could have.
Roddy Dunlop QC, representing the UK government, said on Thursday that the indirect effects of eventual burning of oil and gas from the Vorlich field were not "material considerations".
Mr Dunlop said: "The overall direct emissions from the development of the Vorlich field forms part of the government's clean growth strategy that includes the setting of carbon budgets for the United Kingdom.
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