UK Government Considering Proposals to Simplify Access for Shale Gas

May 27, 2014 § Leave a comment

In the midst of escalating controversy in the U.S. and competing federal and state regulatory schemes, there is movement across the pond to clear the way for shale gas and oil extraction. The UK is launching a consultation on proposals to simplify the existing procedure for shale gas and oil and deep geothermal underground drilling access. The new proposals would simplify procedures to lessen the administrative burden and stimulate business. These include:
• Underground right of access for shale gas and deep geothermal operations only below 300m (nearly 1000ft);
• A voluntary community payment of £20,000 per lateral well; and
• A clear notification system to alert local people
Read more in this article from PennEnergy: http://www.pennenergy.com/articles/pennenergy/2014/05/uk-proposals-to-simplify-access-for-shale-gas-geothermal-energy.html

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