Alex Salmond argued in the run up to Scottish independence referendum that an independent Scotland would have a strong economy on the back of its oil and gas resources.
The price of North Sea oil has plummeted since the vote and a debate has erupted on the use of onshore hydraulic fracturing.
In light of these developments, IBTimes UK spoke to the former SNP leader about North Sea oil and gas, fracking and energy in Scotland.
The video is the second of three after IBTimes UK met up with the former First Minister of Scotland for a one-on-one interview in London.
In the first instalment, Salmond talked about the possibility of a Labour-SNP coalition after the general election in May, Nicola Sturgeon and how her leadership of the SNP differs to his.