JOIN our expert panel here as they discuss the key issues facing Scotland's Future.

We're now on the second part in our ten-part series, looking at the challenges and opportunities that face the nation in the days, months and years to come.

This week, it's the turn of oil, gas and energy prices.

Throughout this week we're bringing you expert analysis on one of the greatest factors impacting the world today - the future of oil and gas and the move towards net zero targets - as well as how it impacts on Scotland's constitutional debate.

The debate continues on Monday, March 7 at 7pm with a virtual roundtable discussion, exclusively for Herald subscribers, hosted by former BBC Scotland political editor Brian Taylor.

This is your chance to put the questions to our experts.

Among our contributors on the night include Mairi Spowage, the director of the Fraser of Allander Institute and Ewan Gibbs, a lecturer on Global Inequalities (Economic & Social History) at the University of Glasgow.

Completing our expert panel are Kirsten Jenkins, a lecturer in energy, environment and society at the University of Edinburgh and David Toke, Director for post graduate research for the school of social science at the University of Aberdeen.

This special event promises to bring lively debate and discussion around one of the biggest topics facing Scotland’s Future.

You can catch up on the full Scotland's Future series so far here. 

Join our LIVE event here or watch below.