26Jul / 2016
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13Jul / 2016
The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has announced that the development of shale gas has the potential to be compatible with UK carbon budgets when certain checks are performed.
12Jul / 2016
It cannot be denied that the recent referendum has potential consequences for the long term direction of the UK energy sector. Momentum for developing indigenous resources has been slowed, whilst the country may eventually be released from EU climate change goals to develop renewables. Despite the Brexit vote still bearing down, the past fortnight has revealed some glimmers of hope.
06Jul / 2016
As part of the International Festival for Business being held in Liverpool, Shale UK took place last month over two days, offering the chance to examine and discuss the geology and the commercial rationale of shale development.
05Jul / 2016
Ground-Gas Solutions (GGS) recently attended a joint conference held by Water UK, British Water, Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM) and United Kingdom Onshore Oil and Gas (UKOOG).
01Jul / 2016
This week the government published a response to the consultation held by the Department of Energy and Climate Change at the end of 2015 on Surface Development Restrictions for Hydraulic Fracturing.
30Jun / 2016
Ground-Gas Solutions (GGS) is delighted to have been asked to submit an article on Radon to be featured in the June edition of Tomorrow’s Facilities Management.
14Jun / 2016
The Society of Brownfield Risk Assessment (SoBRA) is hosting its 7th annual summer workshop in Bristol on 28th June.
08Jun / 2016
In May the first planning application since 2011 involving hydraulic fracturing was approved. The decision to allow Third Energy to test the flow and, if successful, produce gas from its existing site in Kirby Misperton triggers action for the UK onshore petroleum industry.