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A new study will explore public perceptions of “fracking” just as exploration resumes in Lancashire

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This article was originally published in the December 2018 issue of Energy World magazine, published by the Energy Institute, energyinst.org There could not be more timely circumstances for the launch of a new interdisciplinary research programme into hydraulic fracturing (commonly termed

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Weighing up the case for shale gas after government gives green light to fracking

By Prof. Benjamin K. Sovacool and Suzanne Fisher-Murray If they knew about it, what would the residents of Pawnee, Oklahoma in America have thought about Communities Secretary Sajid Javid’s decision to approve plans for fracking at Cuadrilla’s site at Little

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South Africa’s shale gas potential

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South Africa is currently undergoing various changes to its energy supply, from introducing renewable energy, a potential nuclear build, two new coal plants, and the possibilities of shale gas exploration.  As the country is a net importer of gas from

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