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How does the fracking process work?Shale gas extraction or hydraulic fracturing ('fracking') is the process whereby water and chemicals are pumped...
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9th Mar
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What is fracking?Shale gas extraction or hydraulic fracturing (fracking) is the process whereby water and chemicals are pumped into shale rock at high...
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9th Mar
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'Unconventional' petroleum is developed through anything other than conventional means (essentially vertical and horizontal drilling). This includes...
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Produced in partnership with Peter Roberts, Head of Oil & Gas of Orrick 9th Mar
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What is fracking?Shale gas extraction or hydraulic fracturing (fracking) is the process whereby water and chemicals are pumped into shale rock at high...
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9th Mar
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The UK government has, historically, been supportive of fracking. However following a number of successive seismic events at the country's only active...
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Produced in partnership with Groundsure 9th Mar
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What is fracking?Shale gas extraction or hydraulic fracturing (fracking) is the process where water and chemicals are pumped into shale rock at high...
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9th Mar
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Regulatory bodyHistorically, the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) (on behalf of the Secretary of State (SoS)) were primarily responsible...
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1st Mar
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FrackingWe refer you to our Lexis® PSL Practice Note: Fracking—environmental issues and in particular the section: UK's position. This states:'2015...
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