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Underground or Underhand Drilling Access?

The UK’s Coalition Government ran a “public consultation” between May and August, 2014, on a proposal designed to simplify existing procedures for underground access intended to exploit oil, gas or geothermal resources. Behind the initiative was a desire to facilitate hydraulic fracturing...

Shale Gas Drilling Rules to be Eased Despite Overwhelming Opposition

Fracking firms could benefit by up to £105 million a year from a legal change that is being pushed through despite overwhelming public opposition. The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has long had  plans to change the law so that drilling for shale gas deep under peoples'...

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