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Fracking For Shale Gas Gets Green Light in UK

Ed Davey has lifted a suspension on the controversial practice of hydraulic fracturing, on the condition of strict seismic controls.

Fracking is set to be the next frontier for the UK’s oil and gas industry, after the government lifted restrictions on the controversial practice on Thursday, giving a green light to drilling that could produce billions of pounds worth of gas.

The first new site is likely to be at Anna’s Road in Lancashire, near three exploratory fracking wells that were closed after they caused Engineers look at the Cuadrilla shale fracking facility in Preston, Lancashiretwo minor earthquakes last year. Dozens more sites across the country could be licensed as ministers signaled their hope that shale gas would help to make up for the decline in North Sea gas supplies.

Ed Davey, the Liberal Democrat energy and climate secretary, said: “Shale gas could contribute significantly to our energy security, and reduce imports of gas as we move to a low-carbon economy. It…

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