I can't understand why no one is discussing the possibility that an Independent Scotland may not necessarily receive Oil revenues from drilling platforms in the North Sea that are currently in UK waters. After a YES vote for independence surely discussion will have to take place regarding drawing up boundaries of waters. What incentive is there for the remaining UK to "give up" it's existing waters? None, and why should it do so. Lines and boundaries can be drawn to keep existing UK waters in the UK and so keep Oil revenues. Is there a binding agreement already in place that if Scotland votes YES it will get boundaries drawn that include these waters? No mention seems to have been made of this possibility. So many issues would appear to have no clear and definitive answers!!