Tuesday, 8 November 2011

Will Southport be to shale gas what Aberdeen is to North Sea Oil

John Pugh has made a speech on fracking. This is a very important issue around here. John's speech can be found here. It concludes:


The ball is in the Government’s court. If they and the agencies that want to exploit shale gas can show to all and sundry that they will hold the various companies concerned to the fire, until they agree to what is appropriate, safe and satisfactory and what passes all reasonable scientific tests, there may be an answer in shale gas for British energy supplies.

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