Shale gas transport impacts 'significant' says SEA

A study for DECC concludes that shale gas projects could have significant local impacts. But its boundaries are extremely broad showing the uncertainty that still surrounds the sector

by Alex Marshall
Most of the UK could soon be being explored for shale gas. The blue areas are those the government wants to award licences for onshore oil and gas exploration next year. The yellow areas are those already under licence. Credit: DECC
Most of the UK could soon be being explored for shale gas. The blue areas are those the government wants to award licences for onshore oil and gas exploration next year. The yellow areas are those already under licence. Credit: DECC

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