DECC claims shale gas can be compatible with carbon budgets

DECC says concerns about fracking’s fugitive methane emissions and its impact on carbon budgets can be addressed and the sector should be allowed to develop

by Paul Hatchwell
DECC claims stringent conditions governing impact of shale gas on UK carbon emissions can be met. Photograph: Bizoon / 123RF
DECC claims stringent conditions governing impact of shale gas on UK carbon emissions can be met. Photograph: Bizoon / 123RF

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