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Wednesday
Jun192013

UK Government Still Dithering on "New North Sea" of Gas

Just published here at Energy Tribune (US) with a version here The Commentator (UK)...

Here's a taster:

It’s hard to fathom. In March 2013, the UK, Europe’s largest gas consuming nation, was reportedly just just “six hours from running out” of natural gas. With North Sea gas production falling and gas imports hitting a record high during the fifth coldest spring on record, the country’s dependence on overseas supplies is growing steadily. All of which has re-focused attention on the coalition’s dithering over the UK’s potential “new North Sea” of shale gas.

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