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50 most recently added files index

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

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Extreme Energy: 'Economic & Social'

The 'economic and social' section of the "Extreme Energy Sources" library lists papers on the economics of unconventional energy sources, economic impacts studies, and social science studies on the impacts of extreme energy developments.

This is the 'date-ordered' files listing for this category. To view the index ordered by he file ID name, click here. For a list of the most recent 30 files added to this category, click here.

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

Files list ordered by publication date (51 files):

'kpmgscot2016'
1/51
Unconventional Oil and Gas: Economic Impact Assessment and Scenario Development of Unconventional Oil and Gas in Scotland, Scottish Government, October 2016

'aecom2016'
2/51
Unconventional Oil and Gas: Decommissioning, Site Restoration and Aftercare - Obligations and Treatment of Financial Liabilities, Scottish Government, October 2016

'whitmarsh2015'
3/51
UK public perceptions of shale gas hydraulic fracturing: The role of audience, message and contextual factors on risk perceptions and policy support, Applied Energy, vol.160 pp.419-430, 15/12/2015

'tfsg4th2015'
4/51
The Economic Impacts of a UK Shale Gas Industry, Task Force on Shale Gas, 15/12/2015

'williams2015'
5/51
Framing 'fracking': Exploring public perceptions of hydraulic fracturing in the United Kingdom, Public Understanding of Science, 13/07/2015

'short2015'
6/51
Extreme energy, 'fracking' and human rights: a new field for human rights impact assessments?, The International Journal of Human Rights, vol.19 no.6 pp.697-736, 11/05/2015

'badileanu2015'
7/51
Shale Gas Exploitation – Economic Effects and Risks, Procedia Economics and Finance, vol.22 pp.95-104, January 2015

'boslett2015'
8/51
Valuation of Expectations: A Hedonic Study of Shale Gas Development and New York's Moratorium, Faculty of Environmental and Natural Resource Economics, University of Rhode Island, 2015

'hrc2014'
9/51
A Human Rights Assessment of Hydraulic Fracturing and Other Unconventional Gas Development in the United Kingdom, School of Advanced Study, University of London, 30/10/2014

'santoyocastelazo2014'
10/51
Sustainability assessment of energy systems: integrating environmental, economic and social aspects, Journal of Cleaner Production, vol.80 pp.119-138, October 2014

'foee2014'
11/51
Fracking Brussels: A Who's Who of the EU Shale Gas Lobby, Friends of the Earth Europe, July 2014

'cotton2014'
12/51
Shale gas policy in the United Kingdom: An argumentative discourse analysis, Energy Policy (preprint), 18/06/2014

'sovacool2014'
13/51
Cornucopia or curse? Reviewing the costs and benefits of shale gas hydraulic fracturing (fracking), Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, vol.37 pp.249-264 (preprint), June 2014

'amion2014'
14/51
Potential Economic Impacts of Shale Gas in the Ocean Gateway, IGas Energy plc and Peel Environmental Ltd, June 2014

'jacquet2014'
15/51
Review of Risks to Communities from Shale Energy Development, Environmental Science and Technology (preprint), 13/03/2014

'oies2014'
16/51
US shale gas and tight oil industry performance: challenges and opportunities, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, March 2014

'jalbert2014'
17/51
Civil society research and Marcellus Shale natural gas development: results of a survey of volunteer water monitoring organizations, Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, vol.4 no.1 pp.78-86, March 2014

'henderson2014'
18/51
Drilling into controversy: the educational complexity of shale gas development, Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, vol.4 no.1 pp.87-96, March 2014

'decc20143'
19/51
Shale Gas: Rural Economy Impacts, Department for Energy and Climate Change, March 2014

'poyry2014'
20/51
UK Shale Gas – where are we now?, Pöyry Management Consulting, 17/02/2014

'iddri2014'
21/51
Unconventional wisdom: An economic analysis of US shale gas and implications for the EU, Institut du développement durable et des relations internationales, February 2014

'buto2014'
22/51
Reexamining the United States' shale gas success: Is Europe letting the fox in the henhouse?, Heinrich Böll Stiftung, February 2014

'boudet2014'
23/51
'Fracking' controversy and communication: Using national survey data to understand public perceptions of hydraulic fracturing, Energy Policy, vol.65 pp.57-67, February 2014

'bape2014'
24/51
Issues relating to shale gas exploration and exploitation in the St. Lawrence Lowlands, Bureau d'audiences publiques sur l'environnement (BAPE), January 2014

'muehlenbachs2014'
25/51
The Housing Market Impacts of Shale Gas Development, Resources for the Future, December 2013

'liroff2013'
26/51
Disclosing The Facts: Transparency And Risk In Hydraulic Fracturing Operations, Investor Environmental Health Network, 07/11/2013

'generationfoundation2014'
27/51
Stranded Carbon Assets: Why and How Carbon Risks Should Be Incorporated in Investment Analysis, Generation Foundation, 30/10/2013

'envam2013'
28/51
Fracking by the Numbers: Key Impacts of Dirty Drilling at the State and National Level, Environment America Research & Policy Center, October 2013

'bloomberg2013'
29/51
The economic impact on UK energy policy of shale gas and oil, Bloomberg New Energy Finance, 30/09/2013

'poole2013'
30/51
'I care more about this place, because I fought for it': exploring the political ecology of fracking in an ethnographic field school, Journal of Environmental Studies, vol.4 pp.37-46, 11/09/2013

'fwwsocial2013'
31/51
The Social Costs of Fracking: A Pennsylvania Case Study, Food and Water Watch, September 2013

'derijke20133'
32/51
The Agri-Gas Fields of Australia: Black Soil, Food, and Unconventional Gas, Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment, vol.35 no.1 pp.41-53, June 2013

'manno2013'
33/51
Introduction by the Onondaga Nation and activist neighbors of an indigenous perspective on issues surrounding hydrofracking in the Marcellus Shale, Journal of Environmental Studies, vol.4 pp.47-55, 29/05/2013

'jaspal2013'
34/51
Fracking on YouTube: Exploring risks, benefits and human values, De Montfort University, May 2013

'derijke20132'
35/51
Hydraulically fractured: Unconventional gas and anthropology, Anthropology Today, vol.29 no.2 pp.13-17, April 2013

'barth2013'
36/51
The Economic Impact of Shale Gas Development on State and Local Economies: Benefits, Costs, and Uncertainties, New Solutions, vol.23 no.1 pp.85-101, March 2013

'rogers2013'
37/51
Shale And Wall Street: Was The Decline In Natural Gas Prices Orchestrated?, Energy Policy Forum, February 2013

'litovitz2013'
38/51
Estimation of regional air-quality damages from Marcellus Shale natural gas extraction in Pennsylvania, Environmental Research Letters, vol.8, 13/01/2013

'derijke20131'
39/51
Coal Seam Gas and Social Impact Assessment: An Anthropological Contribution to Current Debates and Practices, Journal of Economic and Social Policy, vol.15 no.3, 01/01/2013

'perry2013'
40/51
Using Ethnography To Monitor The Community Health Implications Of Onshore Unconventional Oil And Gas Developments: Examples From Pennsylvania's Marcellus Shale, New Solutions, vol.23 no.1 pp.33-53, January 2013

'dutzik2012'
41/51
The Costs of Fracking: The Price Tag of Dirty Drilling's Environmental Damage, Environment New York Research & Policy Center, Summer 2012

'greenpeaceshale2012'
42/51
Shale gas – a silver bullet?, Greenpeace, 12/12/2012

'poyry2012'
43/51
How will Lancashire shale gas impact the GB energy market?, Pöyry Management Consulting, November 2012

'fww2012'
44/51
U.S. Energy Insecurity: Why Fracking for Oil and Natural Gas Is a False Solution, Food and Water Watch, November 2012

'ecjrc2012'
45/51
Unconventional Gas: Potential Energy Market Impacts in the European Union, European Commission Joint Research Centre, September 2012

'king2012'
46/51
Factual Causation: The Missing Link In Hydraulic Fracture-Groundwater Contamination Litigation, Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum, vol.22 pp.341-360, May 2012

'goldthauhoxtell2012'
47/51
The Impact of Shale Gas on European Energy Security, Global Public Policy Institute, February 2012

'carey2012'
48/51
Coal Seam Gas: Future bonanza or toxic legacy?, Viewpoint Magazine, no.8 pp.26-45, February 2012

'deutschebank2011'
49/51
European Gas: A First Look At EU Shale-Gas Prospects, Deutsche Bank, 20/10/2011

'poyryofgem2011'
50/51
The Impact Of Unconventional Gas On Europe, OFGEM, June 2011

'greenalliance2011'
51/51
Avoiding gas lock-in: Why a second dash for gas is not in the UK's interest, Green Alliance, June 2011