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Department for Communities and Local Government, July 2013
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|Resource title||Planning practice guidance for onshore oil and gas|
|Author/source||Department for Communities and Local Government|
|Date published||July 2013|
|Summary text/ abstract||Mineral resources are concentrations of minerals which can be removed from the earth's crust, whether by underground or surface working, in an economically viable and environmentally acceptable manner for use by society. They make an essential contribution to the country's prosperity and quality of life. Oil and gas (hydrocarbons) underpin key aspects of modern society, supplying energy to power industry and heat homes, fuel for transport to carry goods and people all over the world, and raw materials to produce everyday items. Hydrocarbons remain an important part of the UK's energy mix whilst the country transitions to low carbon energy supplies. This guidance provides advice on the planning issues associated with the three phases of extraction of hydrocarbons. It will be kept under review and should be read alongside other planning guidance and the National Planning Policy Framework.|
|Library categories||Extreme Energy, Land Rights, Planning System, UK Government|
Planning practice guidance for onshore oil and gas [579.2 kilobytes]
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