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Extreme Energy Sources

The "Extreme Energy Sources" library section provides access to an extensive library of reports, scientific papers and policy documents on various "extreme energy" technologies – in particular, shale gas, coalbed methane/coal seam gas and various damaging forms of allegedly 'renewable' energy.

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Free Range Library indexes last updated 04:17, 22/12/2016

Files list ordered by publication date (248 files):

'chpny2016'
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Compendium Of Scientific, Medical, And Media Findings Demonstrating Risks And Harms Of Fracking (Unconventional Gas And Oil Extraction), Concerned Health Professionals of New York, Physicians for Social Responsibility, 17/11/2016

'hpsuog2016'
2/248
Unconventional Oil and Gas in Scotland – Health Impact Assessment, Health Protection Scotland, 08/11/2016

'ricardo2016'
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Unconventional Oil and Gas: Understanding and Mitigating Community Impacts from Transportation, Scottish Government, November 2016

'bgsish2016'
4/248
Unconventional Oil and Gas: Understanding and Monitoring Induced Seismic Activity, Scottish Government, November 2016

'mei2016'
5/248
A review of current and future methane emissions from Australian unconventional oil and gas production, Melbourne Energy Institute, 26/10/2016

'kpmgscot2016'
6/248
Unconventional Oil and Gas: Economic Impact Assessment and Scenario Development of Unconventional Oil and Gas in Scotland, Scottish Government, October 2016

'aecom2016'
7/248
Unconventional Oil and Gas: Decommissioning, Site Restoration and Aftercare - Obligations and Treatment of Financial Liabilities, Scottish Government, October 2016

'abualfaraj2016'
8/248
Statistical analysis of compliance violations for natural gas wells in Pennsylvania, Energy Policy, vol.97 pp.421-428, October 2016

'envageoogsg2016'
9/248
Onshore Oil and Gas Sector Guidance, Environment Agency, August 2016

'cccscot2016'
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Unconventional Oil and Gas: Compatibility with Scottish Greenhouse Gas Emissions Targets, Committee on Climate Change, August 2016

'omalley2015'
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Where Does Water Go During Hydraulic Fracturing?, Groundwater, vol.54 no.4 pp.488-497 , July 2016

'ncwarn2016'
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COMPLAINT and request for investigation of fraud, waste and abuse by a high-ranking EPA official leading to severe underreporting and lack of correction of methane venting and leakage throughout the US natural gas industry, NC WARN, 08/06/2016

'swpehp2016c'
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The Problem of Setback Distance for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development: An analysis of expert opinions, Southwest Pennsylvania Environmental Health Project, 09/05/2016

'buttny2016'
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Communicating hydrofracking, Environmental Communication, vol.10 no.3 pp.289-291, 15/04/2016

'conley2016'
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Methane emissions from the 2015 Aliso Canyon blowout in Los Angeles, CA, Science, vol.351 no.6279 pp.1317-1320, 18/03/2016

'parnell2016'
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Selenium enrichment in Carboniferous Shales, Britain and Ireland: Problem or opportunity for shale gas extraction?, Applied Geochemistry, vol.66 pp.82-87, March 2016

'ciwem2016'
17/248
Shale Gas and Water 2016, The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management, February 2016

'boyle2016'
18/248
Hazard Ranking Methodology for Assessing Health Impacts of Unconventional Natural Gas Development and Production: The Maryland Case Study, PLoS ONE, vol.11 no.1 e0145368, 04/01/2016

'zhang2016'
19/248
Shale gas wastewater management under uncertainty, Journal of Environmental Management, vol.165 no.1 pp.188-198, 01/01/2016

'hughes20152'
20/248
Eagle Ford Reality Check: The Nation's Top Tight Oil Play After More Than a Year of Low Oil Prices, Post Carbon Institute, Summer 2015

'hughes20151'
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Bakken Reality Check: The Nation's Number Two Tight Oil Play After A Year Of Low Oil Prices, Post Carbon Institute, Summer 2015

'zavalaaraiza2015c'
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Reconciling divergent estimates of oil and gas methane emissions, PNAS, vol.112 no.51 pp.15597-15602, 22/12/2015

'tfsgfinal2015'
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Final Conclusions and Recommendations, Task Force on Shale Gas, 15/12/2015

'tfsg4th2015'
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The Economic Impacts of a UK Shale Gas Industry, Task Force on Shale Gas, 15/12/2015

'rff2015'
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Pits versus Tanks: Risks and Mitigation Options for On-site Storage of Wastewater from Shale Gas and Tight Oil Development, Resources For the Future, December 2015

'howarth2015'
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Methane emissions and climatic warming risk from hydraulic fracturing and shale gas development: implications for policy, Energy and Emission Control Technologies, vol.3 pp.45-54, 08/10/2015

'xodus2015'
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Jurassic Tight Oil Conceptual Development Study, UK Oil & Gas Investments PLC, 02/10/2015

'tfsg3rd2015'
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Assessing the Impact of Shale Gas on Climate Change, Task Force on Shale Gas, 16/09/2015

'howard2015b'
29/248
University of Texas study underestimates national methane emissions at natural gas production sites due to instrument sensor failure, Energy Science and Engineering, vol.3 no.5 p.443-455, 04/08/2015

'wrenn2015'
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Resident vs. Nonresident Employment Associated with Marcellus Shale Development, Agricultural and Resource Economics Review, vol.44 no.2 pp.1-19, August 2015

'tagliaferri2015'
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Life Cycle Assessment of Shale Gas in the UK, Energy Procedia, vol.75 pp.2706-2712, August 2015

'hammond2015'
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Energy Technology Assessment of Shale Gas 'Fracking' – A UK Perspective, Energy Procedia, vol.75 pp.2764-2771, August 2015

'cna2015'
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The Potential Environmental Impact from Fracking in the Delaware River Basin, CNA, August 2015

'tfsg2nd2015'
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Assessing the Impact of Shale Gas on the Local Environment and Health, Task Force on Shale Gas, 15/07/2015

'zavalaaraiza2015b'
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Toward a Functional Definition of Methane Super-Emitters: Application to Natural Gas Production Sites, Environmental Science Technology, vol.49 no.13 pp.8167-8174, 07/07/2015

'nduagu2015'
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Unconventional Heavy Oil Growth and Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Environmental Science Technology, vol.49 no.14 pp.8824-8832, 25/06/2015

'smythe2015'
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Inadequate and prejudicial Officer Report, Emeritus Professor of Geophysics, University of Glasgow, 21/06/2015

'gordon2012'
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Understanding Unconventional Oil, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, May 2015

'faofood2015'
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The State of Food Insecurity in the World 2015, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, May 2015

'ecologistasaccion2015'
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Global Resistance to Fracking: Communities rise up to fight climate crisis and democratic deficit, Ecologistas en Acción, May 2015

'goetz2015'
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Atmospheric Emission Characterization of Marcellus Shale Natural Gas Development Sites, Environmental Science and Technology, vol.49 no.11 pp.7012-7020, 21/04/2015

'breakthrough20152'
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Shale Fracking Innovation Timeline, Breakthrough Institute, April 2015

'breakthrough20151'
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Lessons from the Shale Revolution, Breakthrough Institute, April 2015

'tfsg1st2015'
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Planning, Regulation and Local Engagement, Task Force on Shale Gas, 25/03/2015

'peischl2015'
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Quantifying atmospheric methane emissions from the Haynesville, Fayetteville, and northeastern Marcellus shale gas production regions, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, vol.120 pp.2119-2139, 13/03/2015

'malone2015'
46/248
Data inconsistencies from states with unconventional oil and gas activity, Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A, vol.50 no.5 pp.501-510, 03/03/2015

'howard2015a'
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Sensor transition failure in the high flow sampler: Implications for methane emission inventories of natural gas infrastructure, Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, vol.65 no.7 id.150324005609009, March 2015

'becklumb2015'
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Shale Gas in Canada: Environmental Risks and Regulation, Parliamentary Information and Research Service, Canadian Parliament, 26/02/2015

'zavalaaraiza2015a'
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Allocating Methane Emissions to Natural Gas and Oil Production from Shale Formations, Sustainable Chemical Engineering, vol.3 no.3 pp.492-498, 28/01/2015

'energyinst2015'
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A Guide to Shale Gas, The Energy Institute, January 2015

'badileanu2015'
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Shale Gas Exploitation – Economic Effects and Risks, Procedia Economics and Finance, vol.22 pp.95-104, January 2015

'nydoh2014'
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A Public Health Review of High Volume Hydraulic Fracturing for Shale Gas Development, New York State, 17/12/2014

'remsol2014'
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Powering the circular economy: why the right energy policy is vital to success, Remsol, October 2014

'decc20142'
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Underground Drilling Access: Government Response to the Consultation on Proposal for Underground Access for the Extraction of Gas, Oil or Geothermal Energy, Department for Energy and Climate Change, 25/09/2014

'nswcse2014'
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Final Report of the Independent Review of Coal Seam Gas Activities in NSW, New South Wales Government, September 2014

'cieh2014'
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Policy Position: Hydraulic Fracturing, Chartered Institute for Environmental Health, September 2014

'novascotia2014'
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Report Of The Nova Scotia Independent Panel On Hydraulic Fracturing, Province of Nova Scotia Department of Energy, 24/08/2014

'pai2014'
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Anatomy of an Industry Front Group: How the oil and gas industry runs the show at the Center for Sustainable Shale Development, Public Accountability Initiative, August 2014

'maguireboyle2014'
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Organic compounds in produced waters from shale gas wells, Environmental Science: Processes and Impacts, vol.16 pp.2237-2248, August 2014

'envagebgs2014'
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BGS maps help understand relationship between groundwater and fracking, Environment Agency/BGS, 03/07/2014

'witter2014'
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Occupational exposures in the oil and gas extraction industry: State of the science and research recommendations, American Journal of Industrial Medicine, vol.57 no.7 pp.847-856, July 2014

'sgrcieh2014'
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Shale gas and fracking: examining the evidence, Scientists for Global Responsibility (SGR) and the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH), July 2014

'scotiesp2014'
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Independent Expert Scientific Panel – Report on Unconventional Oil And Gas, The Scottish Government, July 2014

'ingraffea2014'
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Assessment and risk analysis of casing and cement impairment in oil and gas wells in Pennsylvania, 2000-2012, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (early edition), 30/06/2014

'ojeu2014'
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Announcement of United Kingdom 14th Onshore (Landward) Oil and Gas Licensing Round, Official Journal of the European Union, 25/06/2014

'wac2014'
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Energy Generation in Wales: Shale Gas, House of Commons, 10/06/2014

'petron2014'
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A new look at methane and nonmethane hydrocarbon emissions from oil and natural gas operations in the Colorado Denver-Julesburg Basin, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, vol.119 pp.6836-6852, 03/06/2014

'orem2014'
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Organic substances in produced and formation water from unconventional natural gas extraction in coal and shale, International Journal of Coal Geology, vol.126 pp.20-31, 01/06/2014

'tued20141'
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Global Shale Gas And The Anti-Fracking Movement: Developing Union Perspectives and Approaches, Trade Unions for Energy Democracy, June 2014

'phe2014'
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Review of the Potential Public Health Impacts of Exposures to Chemical and Radioactive Pollutants as a Result of the Shale Gas Extraction Process, Public Health England, June 2014

'howarth2014'
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A bridge to nowhere: methane emissions and the greenhouse gas footprint of natural gas, Energy Science and Engineering, vol.2 no.2 pp.47-60, June 2014

'day2014'
72/248
Field Measurements of Fugitive Emissions from Equipment and Well Casings in Australian Coal Seam Gas Production Facilities, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), June 2014

'netlung2014'
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Environmental Impacts of Unconventional Natural Gas Development and Production, US DoE National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL), 29/05/2014

'iaea2014'
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World Energy Investment Outlook, International Energy Agency, May 2014

'dusseault2014'
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Towards a Road Map for Mitigating the Rates and Occurrences of Long-Term Wellbore Leakage, University of Waterloo/Geofirma, May 2014

'bmj2014'
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Public Health England's draft report on shale gas extraction: Mistaking best practices for actual practices, British Medical Journal, vol.348 g2728, 17/04/2014

'yaritanimatsushima2014'
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Analysis of the Energy Balance of Shale Gas Development, Energies, vol.7 pp.2207-2227, 08/04/2014

'goldstein2014'
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The Role of Toxicological Science in Meeting the Challenges and Opportunities of Hydraulic Fracturing, Toxicological Sciences, vol.139 no.2 pp.271-283, 04/04/2014

'ziemkiewicz2014'
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Practical measures for reducing the risk of environmental contamination in shale energy production, Environmental Science: Processes and Impacts, vol.16 no.7 pp.1692-1699, April 2014

'coram2014'
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Harms unknown: health uncertainties cast doubt on the role of unconventional gas in Australia's energy future, Medical Journal of Australia, vol.200 no.4 pp.210-213, 03/03/2014

'rahmriha2014'
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Evolving shale gas management: water resource risks, impacts, and lessons learned, Environmental Science: Processes Impacts, vol.16 pp,1400-1412, March 2014

'davies2014'
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Oil and gas wells and their integrity: Implications for shale and unconventional resource exploitation, Marine and Petroleum Geology (preprint), March 2014

'pearce2014'
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Beyond Fracking, New Scientist, no.2956 pp.36-41, 15/02/2014

'buto2014'
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Reexamining the United States' shale gas success: Is Europe letting the fox in the henhouse?, Heinrich Böll Stiftung, February 2014

'aapg2014'
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Unconventional Energy Resources: 2013 Review, Natural Resources Research, vol.23 no.1, February 2014

'hocshale2014'
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Shale gas and fracking, House of Commons Library, 22/01/2014

'flewelling2014'
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Constraints on Upward Migration of Hydraulic Fracturing Fluid and Brine, Groundwater, vol.52 no.1 pp.9-19, January 2014

'bape2014'
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Issues relating to shale gas exploration and exploitation in the St. Lawrence Lowlands, Bureau d'audiences publiques sur l'environnement (BAPE), January 2014

'walton2013'
89/248
Environmental Issues Related to Enhanced Production Of Natural Gas by Hydraulic Fracturing, Journal of Green Building, vol.8 no.1 pp.62-71, Autumn 2013

'poisson2013'
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Time Series EROI for Canadian Oil and Gas, Energies, vol.6 pp.5940-5959, 15/11/2013

'hill2013'
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Brief Review of The Royal Society/Royal Academy of Engineering Report and the present position of Shale Gas Regulation, Michael Hill, November 2013

'phe2013'
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Review of the Potential Public Health Impacts of Exposures to Chemical and Radioactive Pollutants as a Result of Shale Gas Extraction, Centre for Radiation, Chemical and Environmental Hazards, Public Health England, 30/10/2013

'earthworksds2013'
93/248
Water Resource Reporting and Water Footprint from Marcellus Shale Development in West Virginia and Pennsylvania, Downstream Strategies/San Jose State University/Earthworks Oil & Gas Accountability Project, 30/10/2013

'spice2013'
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Unconventional Gas in Scotland, Scottish Parliament Information Centre, 24/10/2013

'ucs2013'
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Toward An Evidence-Based Fracking Debate, Union of Concerned Scientists, October 2013

'envam2013'
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Fracking by the Numbers: Key Impacts of Dirty Drilling at the State and National Level, Environment America Research & Policy Center, October 2013

'wca2013'
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The Warsaw Communiqué, World Coal Association, August 2013

'usgsshale2013'
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Water Resources and Shale Gas/Oil Production in the Appalachian Basin – Critical Issues and Evolving Developments, U.S. Geological Survey, August 2013

'decc2013'
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About shale gas and hydraulic fracturing (fracking), Department for Energy and Climate Change, 30/07/2013

'shaffer2013'
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Desalination and Reuse of High-Salinity Shale Gas Produced Water: Drivers, Technologies, and Future Directions, Environmental Science Technology, vol.47 no.17 pp.9569-9583, 25/07/2013

'ellsworth2013'
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Injection-Induced Earthquakes, Science, vol.341 no.1225942, 12/07/2013

'sepappg12013'
102/248
Pollution Prevention Guidelines: PPG1, Environment Agency/SEPA, July 2013

'dclg2013'
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Planning practice guidance for onshore oil and gas, Department for Communities and Local Government, July 2013

'useiashale2013'
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Technically Recoverable Shale Oil and Shale Gas Resources: An Assessment of 137 Shale Formations in 41 Countries Outside the United States, U.S. Energy Information Administration, 13/06/2013

'rff2013'
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Managing the Risks of Shale Gas: Key Findings And Further Research, Resources For the Future, June 2013

'pai2013'
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Big Green Fracking Machine: How gas industry insiders are funding and overseeing the environmental groups behind the Center for Sustainable Shale Development, Public Accountability Initiative, June 2013

'hmtreasury2013'
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Investing in Britain's future (Cm8669), HM Treasury, June 2013

'goldstein2013'
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Engaging Health in Decision Making: The Marcellus Shale and Sustainability, Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences, June 2013

'ecjrcshale2013'
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Workshop Proceedings: Safe and Efficient Shale Gas Exploration and Production, European Commission Joint Research Centre, June 2013

'dale2013'
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Process Based Life-Cycle Assessment of Natural Gas from the Marcellus Shale, Environmental Science and Technology, vol.47 pp.5459-5466, 23/04/2013

'goldsteinbjerke2013'
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Challenges of Unconventional Shale Gas Development: So What's the Rush, Notre Dame Journal Of Law, Ethics & Public Policy, vol.27 no.1, 13/04/2013

'holloway2013'
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Can New Technologies be Used to Exploit the Coal Resources in the Yorkshire-Nottinghamshire Coalfield?, British Geological Survey/Wardell Armstrong, April 2013

'clark2013'
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Hydraulic Fracturing and Shale Gas Production: Technology, Impacts, and Regulations, Energy/Environmental Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory, April 2013

'olmstead2013'
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Shale gas development impacts on surface water quality in Pennsylvania, PNAS, vol.110 no.13 pp.4962-4967, 26/03/2013

'wdm20132'
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Web of power: The UK government and the energy-finance complex fuelling climate change, World Development Movement, March 2013

'wdm20131'
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Carbon Capital: How the City bankrolls climate change, World Development Movement, March 2013

'mauter2013'
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The Next Frontier in United States Shale Gas and Tight Oil Extraction: Strategic Reduction of Environmental Impacts, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, March 2013

'shariq2013'
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Uncertainties Associated with the Reuse of Treated Hydraulic Fracturing Wastewater for Crop Irrigation, Environmental Science Technology, vol.47 no.6 pp.2435-2436, 25/02/2013

'hughes2013'
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A reality check on the shale revolution, Nature, vol.494 pp.307-308, 21/02/2013

'ukoogwell2013'
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UK Onshore Shale Gas Well Guidelines: Exploration and appraisal phase, The United Kingdom Onshore Operators' Group, February 2013

'pwcshaleoil2013'
121/248
Shale oil: The next energy revolution, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, February 2013

'johnson2013'
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Energy (in)security in Poland the case of shale gas, Energy Policy, vol.53 pp.389-399, February 2013

'archer2013'
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Information to action: the pivotal role of accurate diagnosis in the management of well integrity issues, Archer, 23/01/2013

'maulemakey2013'
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Disclosure Of Hydraulic Fracturing Fluid Chemical Additives: Analysis Of Regulations, New Solutions, vol.23 no.1 pp.167-187, January 2013

'lawhays2013'
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Insights On Unconventional Natural Gas Development From Shale: An Interview With Anthony R. Ingraffea, New Solutions, vol.23 no.1 pp.203-208, January 2013

'ingraffea2013'
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Fluid Migration Mechanisms Due To Faulty Well Design And/Or Construction: An Overview And Recent Experiences In The Pennsylvania Marcellus Play, Physicians Scientists & Engineers for Healthy Energy, January 2013

'bishop2013'
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Historical Analysis Of Oil And Gas Well Plugging In New York: Is The Regulatory System Working?, New Solutions, vol.23 no.1 pp.103-116, January 2013

'bambergeroswald2013'
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Science And Politics Of Shale Gas Extraction, New Solutions, vol.23 no.1 pp.7-12, January 2013

'lacazettegeiser2012'
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Comment on Davies et al 2012 – Hydraulic Fractures: How far can they go?, Journal of Marine and Petroleum Geology, 27/12/2012

'greenpeaceshale2012'
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Shale gas – a silver bullet?, Greenpeace, 12/12/2012

'maloney2012'
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Production and Disposal of Waste Materials from Gas and Oil Extraction from the Marcellus Shale Play in Pennsylvania, Environmental Practice, vol.14 no.4 pp.278-287, December 2012

'deccshale2012'
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The Unconventional Hydrocarbon Resources of Britain's Onshore Basins – Shale Gas, Department for Energy and Climate Change, December 2012

'deccgas2012'
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Gas Generation Strategy, Department for Energy and Climate Change, December 2012

'decccbm2012'
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The Unconventional Hydrocarbon Resources Of Britain's Onshore Basins – Coalbed Methane (CBM), Department for Energy and Climate Change, December 2012

'controlrisks2012'
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The Global Anti-Fracking Movement: What it wants, how it operates and what's next, Control Risks Group, December 2012

'accenture2012'
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Water and Shale Gas Development: Leveraging the US experience in new shale developments, Accenture, December 2012

'mccubbin2012'
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Quantifying the health and environmental benefits of wind power to natural gas, Energy Policy, vol.53 pp.429-441, 27/11/2012

'sepa2012'
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Regulatory guidance: Coal bed methane and shale gas, Scottish Environmental Protection Agency, 19/11/2012

'unepgeas2012'
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Gas fracking: Can we safely squeeze the rocks?, UNEP, November 2012

'fww2012'
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U.S. Energy Insecurity: Why Fracking for Oil and Natural Gas Is a False Solution, Food and Water Watch, November 2012

'deccenergy2012'
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Energy Security Strategy, Department for Energy and Climate Change, November 2012

'ceo2012'
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'Foot on the gas': Lobbyists push for unregulated shale gas in Europe, Corporate Europe Observatory, November 2012

'rspb2012'
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Dirtier than coal?: Why Government plans to subsidise burning trees are bad news for the planet, RSPB, October 2012

'pwcshale2012'
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Shale gas: Reshaping the US chemicals industry, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, October 2012

'saiersbarth2012'
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Comment on 'Potential Contaminant Pathways from Hydraulically Fractured Shale Aquifers', Groundwater, September 2012

'nawshale2012'
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Shale Gas and Coal-bed Methane (unconventional gas), National Assembly for Wales, September 2012

'gao20122'
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Oil and Gas: Information on Shale Resources, Development, and Environmental and Public Health Risks, USGAO, September 2012

'gao20121'
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Unconventional Oil and Gas Development: Key Environmental and Public Health Requirements, USGAO, September 2012

'stevens2012'
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The 'Shale Gas Revolution': Developments and Changes, Chatham House, August 2012

'weinhold2012'
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The Future Of Fracking: New Rules Target Air Emissions for Cleaner Natural Gas Production, Environmental Health Perspectives, vol.120 no.7 pp.A272-A279, July 2012

'nrdcfrac2012'
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Hydraulic Fracturing Can Potentially Contaminate Drinking Water Sources, Natural Resources Defense Council, July 2012

'usgseur2012'
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Variability of Distributions of Well-Scale Estimated Ultimate Recovery for Continuous (Unconventional) Oil and Gas Resources in the United States, U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Department of the Interior, June 2012

'rsrae2012'
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Shale gas extraction in the UK: A review of hydraulic fracturing, Royal Society/Royal Academy of Engineering, June 2012

'cooleydonnelly2012'
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Hydraulic Fracturing and Water Resources: Separating the Frack from the Fiction, Pacific Institute, June 2012

'srsi2012'
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Environmental Impacts During Marcellus Shale Gas Drilling: Causes, Impacts, and Remedies, Shale Resources and Society Institute, State University of New York at Buffalo, 15/05/2012

'weorules2012'
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Golden Rules for a Golden Age of Gas: World Energy Outlook Special Report on Unconventional Gas, International Energy Agency, May 2012

'nrdc2012'
157/248
In Fracking's Wake: New Rules are Needed to Protect Our Health and Environment from Contaminated Wastewater, Natural Resources Defense Council, May 2012

'lewis2012'
158/248
Wastewater Generation and Disposal from Natural Gas Wells in Pennsylvania, Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University, May 2012

'imfpeak2012'
159/248
The Future of Oil: Geology versus Technology, IMF Working Paper, May 2012

'breakthrough2012'
160/248
Where The Shale Gas Revolution Came From, Breakthrough Institute, May 2012

'myersgraphs2012'
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Simple Groundwater Modeling of Transport Pathways in Unconventional Natural Gas Plays, Tom Myers, 07/04/2012

'davies2012'
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Hydraulic fractures: How far can they go?, Journal of Marine and Petroleum Geology, 07/04/2012

'green2012'
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Preese Hall Shale Gas Fracturing: Review & Recommendations For Induced Seismic Mitigation, DECC/Cuadrilla Resources Ltd, April 2012

'selley2012'
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UK shale gas: The story so far, Marine and Petroleum Geology, vol.1 no.1 pp.100-109, March 2012

'ep2012'
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Impact of Shale Gas and Shale Oil Extraction on the Environment and on Human Health – Workshop Proceedings, European Parliament, March 2012

'crp2012'
166/248
The Impact of Marcellus Gas Drilling on Rural Drinking Water Supplies, Center for Rural Pennsylvania, March 2012

'hnrc2012'
167/248
Drilling Dysfunction: How the Failure to Oversee the Drilling on Public Lands Endangers Health and the Environment, Democratic Staff of the Natural Resources Committee, 08/02/2012

'groatgrimshaw2012'
168/248
Fact-Based Regulation for Environmental Protection in Shale Gas Development, The Energy Institute, The University of Texas at Austin, February 2012

'fisher2012'
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Hydraulic-Fracture-Height Growth: Real Data, Society of Petroleum Engineers/Halliburton Services, February 2012

'cornerhouse2012'
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Energy Security: For Whom?, For What?, The Corner House, February 2012

'murrayking2012'
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Oil's Tipping Point has Passed, Nature, vol.481 pp.433-435, 26/01/2012

'schistehappens2012'
172/248
A Dozen Devastating Denials of Shale Gas in the UK, Schistehappens, January 2012

'hall2012'
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Energy Return On Investment, Post Carbon Institute, 2012

'halldale2011'
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