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UK government review finds shale gas extraction emissions to be a low risk to public health *

United Kingdom - November 7 2013
Public Health England ("PHE") has published a draft report on the possible public health impacts from exposure to chemical and radiological…

Co-authors: John Buttanshaw, Julie Vaughan, Catherine Howard, Matthew White.


Shale gas: EU Parliament votes for mandatory environmental impact assessment *

European Union - October 14 2013
Unconventional gas projects may be added to the list of projects for which an environmental impact assessment (EIA) must be undertaken before…

Co-authors: Julie Vaughan, Catherine Howard, Matthew White, Louise Moore, Stephen Murray.


PRC Government formally announces award of shale gas exploration licences *

China - July 19 2011
The PRC Government formally announced today that China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation ("Sinopec") has been awarded an exploration licence for the Yu Qian Nanchuan Shale Gas block and that Henan Provincial Coal Seam Gas Development and Utilization Co Ltd ("Henan CSG") has also been awarded an exploration licence for the Yu Qian Xiangxiushan Shale Gas block.

Co-authors: Hilary Lau.


PRC announces tender rights for four domestic shale gas blocks *

China - June 29 2011
On 28 June 2011, Zhang Dawai, deputy chief of the Strategic Research Centre of the Ministry of Land and Resources (PRC) announced the tender results for the auction of four blocks for shale gas exploration in China.

Co-authors: Hilary Lau.


What lies below: recent developments in coal bed methane in China, Indonesia and India *

China, India, Indonesia - July 24 2009
With growing interest from the major oil and gas players and increased focus on security of energy supply, the development of the coal bed methane industry (CBM) has drawn greater attention from coal rich Asian governments.

Co-authors: Richard Nelson, David Dawborn.


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