This is a long read. Because the current 'debate' leaves out so much.
Articles: Shale gas (149)
Long-term sustainability of industry is highly questionable, studies show.
Hopes of a shale bonanza to replace dwindling conventional resources took a battering this week.
When considering shale economic viability, hype was the only aspect that actually existed.
LNG exports have become a hot-button issue and enmeshed with the fate of an energy efficiency bill and a vote on approval of the Keystone XL pipeline.
Coalition energy policy came under fire from an unusual source this week – former energy secretary and noted fracking enthusiast Lord Howell. ...he now claims the government’s view of shale gas “is much too optimistic...
House of Lords shale gas report chooses eloquence over analysis when addressing issues of climate change
When it comes to climate change, the latest House of Lords report is yet another in a long line of eloquent obfuscations rearranging deckchairs on the Titanic rather than grasping the wheel and urgently steering a different course.
Public Health England's report on shale gas amounts to scientific misconduct according to Paul Mobbs.
Despite all the hype about our supposed 100-year reserve of natural gas our natural gas industry has not been doing very well of late.
The Tories’ announcement last week that a future Conservative government would cut off all further funding for onshore wind was a sure sign of low politics undermining sensible energy policy.