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Fracking Matters Newsletter 2 - 15 (153)

13 February 2015

Frogs, Farmers or Frackers?!
To be a source of information about the invasion of fracking, in Ireland, in Europe,... all over the World!

Dear all,
In this newsletter:

• Fracking is still looming over Ireland. The republic doesn't have a moratorium, and is awaiting the outcome of the EPA report in 2016 and ...Northern Ireland is under severe threat . Grab your chance and get informed! Conference on 20 Feb. (see below)

• moratorium in Scotland,  Wales is on the way... or waiting ...

• ' (Almost) Green light'  for fracking in Germany

• The Dutch are fed up with earthquakes (due to CONVENTIONAL  gas extraction) - great must watch infographic

• updates on the infrastructure bill.      BREAKING:  the bill is enacted!

• industrialisation/mining in Donegal?? - submit before 16 Feb!!

• Shale Gas Bulletin Ireland - update on reports

• Shale Gas pollicy in Europe

• TTIP

• GLOBAL DIVESTMENT DAY TOMORROW - DUBLIN

Don't read only - get involved!

"The German example illustrates perfectly how regulations lead to a very slippery slope to permitting fracking. Certainly a lesson to us in Ireland where we will be demanding nothing less than an outright ban and will resist any attempt by our government to regulate what is an unregulatable industry"

(a campaigner)

Ineke

Fracking Free Ireland

Almost daily update on the website Fracking Free Ireland and Facebook

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BREAKING NEWS


A campaigner reports:

"I am sorry to report that at 11.06 today the Infrastructure Bill became the Infrastructure Act.... it is now a LEGAL requirement to maximise the economic recovery of petroleum (in other words, get the stuff out the ground AT ANY COST, so if it's not financially viable for companies to do that, how will the government help the industry?), it is now LEGAL for operators to drill under our homes, farmland, schools etc without our permission and with no requirement to notify us individually, it is now LEGAL for companies to leave ANY SUBSTANCE and ANY INFRASTRUCTURE below ground." http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/ld201415/ldhansrd/text/150212-0001.htm#15021259000382 This is huge. This is the beginning of the end

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BREAK UP WITH THE FOSSIL FUELS
Divestment day Tomorrow & the answer of the companies...

Big Oil is desperate for your love. Watch their silly plea in this insane video

 

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Upcoming events - National

IRELAND is still under a huge threat of Fracking
Ireland has NOT a MORATORIUM!!!

Jessica Ernst (CANADA)
I fought GEAI "moratorium" tooth and nail as did many people
Lets get it out there and plaster social media and twitter with a simple catchphrase to drum it home to people that there IS NO MORATORIUM in ireland
We are in grave danger once the flawed and captured EPA release their report

Don't sit on the fence, don't wait the outcome of the EPA report.
Get informed, learn how NI might be fracked/industrialised soon and the ROI will follow. Visit the CONFERENCE
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k0C-H6mbk74&feature=share

Campaign news

A legal observer tries to gain access to the camp.

Anti fracking camp in Wales cleared by British police

Anti-fracking camp in Wales cleared by British police

Borras anti-fracking camp live: Bailiffs and police move on to protest site

Keep up to date with everything that is happening at the Borras Community Protection Camp at Commonwood Farm as officials try to evict the protesters

 Live stream video from the Borras anti-fracking camp

Behind the barriers at the Borras anti-fracking: live stream video

  Police and bailiffs have moved on to the anti-fracking site at Borras, near Wrexham. Protesters have been threatened with eviction since last Friday when  father and son landowners Terence Andrew Jones and Terence Neal Jones successfully secured an order in Manchester High Court for the land to be vacated.

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Upcoming events - International

GLOBAL Frack down 2015

The 2015 Global Frackdown will be focused on the climate impacts of unconventional fossil fuels. November 2 will be the day to mobilize against fracking ahead of the Paris climate talks. Stay tuned for more updates in the weeks ahead.

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Fossil Fuel Divestment – Dublin

Saturday, February 14, 2:00 PM IFSC – Sean O’Casey Bridge followed by Central Bank/ City Centre
Dublin, 1, Ireland

Take Action

"Notice of intention to Grant Prospecting License“. - object before 16 Feb

Please, if you do have friends or family in the townlands named below, selected for the Prospecting License, forward this information to them as fast as possible, so they are informed what is coming their way and have a chance to decide for themselves what to do.

Bad news for inishowen -mining exploratory licenses applied for.please read post to bottom & write in with objections if you agree this is a very bad,harmful idea, for the land, the waters,the trees,plants,animals&people...

Tuesday 27 January 2015, Inis Times, on Page 53, advertises the….

"Notice of intention to Grant Prospecting License“.

With that the Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources intends to grant a prospecting license for Base Metals, Barytes, Silver, Gold and Platinum Group Elements to Connemara Mining Company Ltd, 162 Clontarf Road, Dublin 3, because it appears to him (the Minister) that there are minerals not being worked under the lands set out below, pursuant to section 7(I) of the Minerals Development Act 1940, as amended, over the following Townlands in County Donegal:

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Did you know that...

clean water

Aquifer Exemptions

Did you know that there is a portion of the Safe Drinking Water Act that exempts oil and gas companies from certain provisions of the law? It allows them to pump directly into our once protected auqifers which greatly affects our drinking water. Check out Clean Water Action's full report on "The Aquifer Exemption."
http://www.cleanwateraction.org/publication/aquifer-exemption-program

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Thoughts - Opinion - Q & A


FOOD AND WATER WATCH - Geert DeCock:

Instead of a shale bonanza in the EU, a shale fata morgana

Posted on February 5, 2015

The latest withdrawal from shale gas exploration in Poland by Chevron illustrates how shale gas is unlikely to ever contribute to the EU’s energy mix. Deflated expectations, industry mishaps and lack of social acceptance of fracking should stiffen the resolve of EU leaders to concentrate on renewables and energy efficiency, writes Geert Decock.

http://www.euractiv.com/sections/energy/instead-shale-bonanza-eu-shale-fata-morgana-311833
Continue reading

Movies - songs - poems - presentations

kor dwarshuis

The Netherlands - earthquakes - infographic


This is not about shale gas but about conventional gas: the huge gas
field in the northern Dutch province Groningen. See here a very good
infographic of the story:

http://www.dwarshuis.com/earthquakes-groningen-gas-field/history-groningen-gas/#

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Political news - EU 

First ruling by the ECJ on shale gas exploration & EIA

Reporter: Friends of the Earth Europe​
In case you haven't already seen that on Twitter (or through other channels of information), I thought you would find interesting what happened today with the

European Court of Justice (ECJ).

An Austrian Court referred three questions to the ECJ for a preliminary ruling on a case directly linked to our favorite issue.
The case is interesting as it questions the ECJ on how the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Directive (which was reviewed last year, if you remember) applies to a case when a company drilled a well more than 4.000m deep for gas exploration without making any environmental impact assessment.
You can find the ruling here (in every EU languages): http://bit.ly/1CUSPOW

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Shale gas policy across EU nations

Comment:

I just wanted to clarify that this is not a European Parliament report. It is actually an internal briefing prepared by an in-house research staff, on request of a MEP. It does not represent in any way a position or view of the European Parliament, has not been carried out by an independent research institute and my group is not very happy with it.We have contacted the author to exchange on several aspects and hope that a more balanced position on shale gas topics can be taken by this in-house service in the future.

Heike LeberleAdvisor on energy policy
Greens/EFA Group in the European ParliamentTel: +32 228 32140 Heike.leberle@europarl.europa.eu

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Shale gas policy across EU nations
http://interfaxenergy.com/gasdaily/article/15128/shale-gas-policy-across-eu-nations

By Annemarie Botzki
Posted 29 January 2015 10:28 GMT

Approaches to the exploration and regulation of shale gas resources vary widely across the EU, according to a new report from the European Parliament.

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TTIP

trojan horse 2

NGOs protest EU-US trade deal with a Trojan horse

NGOs protest EU-US trade deal with a Trojan horse
http://www.euractiv.com/video/ngos-protest-eu-us-trade-deal-trojan-horse-311848

  Published: 04/02/2015 - 18:43 | Updated: 05/02/2015 - 14:36  This 8 meter high inflatable Trojan horse represents TTIP (Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership), the free trade deal that Europe and the US are currently negotiating in Brussels. The people in suits are ‘big business lobbyists.’

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THE TROJAN HORSE - TTIP and ISDS

introduction

The European Union (EU) and United States (US) are in the midst of negotiations, mostly secret, over a trade agreement called the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). The basics to TTIP, and its attempts at “Environmental deregulation,” are discussed by John Hilary in the Commentary section of this issue (Feb 2015) of irish environment. Here we focus on the “investor-state dispute settlement” (ISDS) provision of the TTIP and what it means, should it be adopted. We then review a recent study by Friends of the Earth Europe that analyses 127 cases of investor-state dispute claims, under various existing inter-governmental trade agreements, their outcomes, and the implications for the ISDS under TTIP.

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TTIP - a CHARTER FOR DEREGULATIONS, AN ATTACK ON JOBS, AN END TO DEMOCRACY

http://www.irishenvironment.com/commentary/john-hilary-transatlantic-trade-investment-partnership-ttip-charter-deregulation-attack-jobs-end-democracy/
A briefing for Rosa Luxemburg Foundation (excerpts)

1. What is TTIP?

Business groups on both sides of the Atlantic have long harboured the dream of a pro-corporate trade and investment agreement between the EU and USA. The TransAtlantic Business Dialogue, an invitation-only group of chief executives from the most powerful US and European companies, was set up in 1995 to lobby for the removal of regulations affecting transnational corporations operating in the EU and USA, and has consistently advocated a far-reaching agreement to realise that goal. Note 1. The creation of the Transatlantic Economic Council in 2007 provided a new opportunity for the TransAtlantic Business Dialogue to press for a free trade area based on the deregulation of markets in both the EU and USA.

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europe support for ttip germany france uk

71% of Ireland supports Free Trade Agreement

January 29, 2015

Is Europe on board for a new trade deal with the U.S.?
http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2015/01/29/is-europe-on-board-for-a-new-trade-deal-with-the-u-s/
http://www.borderlex.eu/eurobarometer-whos-ttip-eu/

American and European officials meet February 2 in Brussels for another round of negotiations aimed at creating a free trade agreement between the European Union and the United States. The proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) aims to remove most tariffs affecting the movement of goods across the Atlantic, reduce non-tariff regulatory barriers to transatlantic commerce and to spur more U.S.-EU cross-border investment.

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TTIP - Sueing Romania

A very good example how ISDS can be used against the "people's will". "Gabriel’s CEO, Johnathon Henry, said he is prepared to sue the country for the damages incurred if they cancel the Rosia Montana mining permit. “We have a very, very robust case, and we believe we have claims up to $US4 billion that we can send to the …

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Irish news

Northern Ireland - moratorium - debate and vote - dec 2011

THIS IS WHAT THEY SAID AND PROMISED

Hydraulic Fracturing  6 DECEMBER 2011
Private Members’ Business
3:30 pm

Debate resumed on motion:
http://www.theyworkforyou.com/ni/?id=2011-12-06.8.1

That this Assembly believes that a moratorium should be placed on the onshore and offshore exploration, development and production of shale gas by withdrawing licences for hydraulic fracturing (fracking), at least until the publication of a detailed environmental impact assessment into the practice; notes that hydraulic fracturing can put local water sources at risk of contamination; further notes that, amongst a variety of adverse environmental impacts, the process of fracking can cause serious well blowouts, which put both workers and local communities at risk; considers that the production of hard-to-reach fossil fuels is not compatible with efforts to achieve carbon reduction targets; and urges the Minister of Enterprise, Trade and Investment to give greater support to the generation of energy from renewable sources instead. —

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Anti-fracking sign near Belcoo, Co Fermanagh. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Rathlin Energy claims drilling in Antrim will have little impact

Rathlin Energy claims drilling in Antrim will have little impact
http://www.irishtimes.com/business/energy-and-resources/rathlin-energy-claims-drilling-in-antrim-will-have-little-impact-1.2097630

The Canadian company has applied for planning permission for a 2,700m borehole

 Rathlin Energy claims its proposal to drill an oil and gas exploration well into the shale layer at Ballinlea, in Co Antrim will have “no significant impacts” on the surrounding area.

The Canadian company has applied for planning permission to construct an exploratory borehole to a depth of 2,700m on the proposed site which lies half way between Ballintoy Harbour and the Dark Hedges.

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Oil and Gas News

INFRASTRATA - almost there... an overview in NI

InfraStrata soon to have significant steps forward in Northern Ireland

VSA the house broker has said: “InfraStrata (INFA) has successfully raised £2.1m in equity with the issue of 52.5m ordinary shares at 4p/sh. The placing of £1.84m and the subscription of £0.26m will represent in aggregate c34.5% of the enlarged share capital.

The net proceeds of £2.05m will be mainly used for the 2015 drilling of its £4m data gathering well which should allow INFA to finalise the preliminary engineering design for its Islandmagee gas storage project.

The company has already obtained half of the required funding for this project from the European Commission and secured another £0.4m through the data release agreement signed on 29 January 2015. The rest should provide further resources to cover INFA short-term management and administrative costs.

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INFRASTRATA IN CALIFORNIA + Press release

‘No fracking will take place on that site’ says chief behind California Quarry project as plans are unveiled - http://www.bournemouthecho.co.uk/news/11562324.___No_fracking_will_take_place_on_that_site____says_chief_behind_California_Quarry_project_as_plans_are_unveiled/

 First published Tuesday 28 October 2014 in News by Jim Durkin

SCORES of Purbeck residents attended an information event yesterday, outlining plans to explore for gas and oil from Swanage’s California Quarry.

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Leitrim

10/02/2015: Leitrim councillors vote against fracking. Significant opposition to the gas extraction method

Potentially gas-rich Leitrim lead fracking opposition

Potentially gas-rich Leitrim lead fracking opposition
http://utv.ie/News/2015/02/10/Potentially-gas-rich-Leitrim-lead-fracking-opposition-31114

With Wales and Scotland voting in favour of a moratorium on the practice of fracking, residents of Leitrim have signalled their intention to stop the gas extraction method from coming to Ireland.


All of Leitrim’s county councillors have voted against using fracking as a means to extract gas. ©UTV Ireland

Several counties including Clare, Cavan, Sligo, Roscommon, Leitrim and Fermanagh have been identified as possible places where gas might be found.

 Leitrim is regarded as one of the most promising locations for fracking, and the county’s geology could mean big reserves of shale gas in the region.

But residents of Leitrim are also leading the fight against the gas extraction process in Ireland.

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Fracking Report UTV Ireland Live 6.30 & 10pm 10th Feb 2015

Fracking Report UTV Ireland Live 6.30 & 10pm 10th Feb 2015

Posted on February 10, 2015LL

UTV Ireland recently came to the northwest to interview some members of Love Leitrim for an item on the channels Ireland Live News show. This item will be broadcast tonight (tuesday) at some stage during the programme. It starts at 10pm. It will be followed by a live studio debate on Fracking with Eddie Mitchell and former Shell employee Tony Allwright.

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Mining in Co. Donegal

"Notice of intention to Grant Prospecting License“. - object before 16 Feb

Please, if you do have friends or family in the townlands named below, selected for the Prospecting License, forward this information to them as fast as possible, so they are informed what is coming their way and have a chance to decide for themselves what to do.
What else do we have to combat? Also note that Foster has granted a gold-mining licence in the North a few months back to a Canadian mining company Dalridian). They are working fast and hard to wipe out all our natural resources and to pollute the place to hell.

Bad news for inishowen -mining exploratory licenses applied for.please read post to bottom & write in with objections if you agree this is a very bad,harmful idea, for the land, the waters,the trees,plants,animals&people...

Tuesday 27 January 2015, Inis Times, on Page 53, advertises the….

"Notice of intention to Grant Prospecting License“.

With that the Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources intends to grant a prospecting license for Base Metals, Barytes, Silver, Gold and Platinum Group Elements to Connemara Mining Company Ltd, 162 Clontarf Road, Dublin 3, because it appears to him (the Minister) that there are minerals not being worked under the lands set out below, pursuant to section 7(I) of the Minerals Development Act 1940, as amended, over the following Townlands in County Donegal:

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EU news

UK

West Newton

Rathlin Energy’s drilling site in East Yorks breached eight environmental permit conditions in three months

February 5, 2015
http://drillordrop.com/2015/02/05/investigation-what-went-wrong-at-west-newton/

Investigation: What went wrong at West Newton?

The West Newton exploratory petroleum well in East Yorkshire made national headlines last September when neighbours complained about a foul smell coming from the site.

But an investigation byDrillOrDrop.com reveals this was just one of a series of problems facing West Newton over the summer and early autumn of 2014.

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INFRASTRUCTURE BILL - Final vote

February 11, 2015

http://drillordrop.com/infrastructure-bill-votes-11215/infrastructure-final-votepdf/

Fracking conditions: How MPs voted in tonight’s debate

Five Conservative MPs defied the Government in a vote this evening on fracking conditions in the Infrastructure Bill.

Mark Menzies (Fylde) and Eric Ollerenshaw (Lancaster and Fleetwood) represent constituencies in the district where Cuadrilla is applying for planning permission to frack up to eight wells. This is the second time in just over a fortnight that they have voted independently of their party on fracking. At the Report Stage of the Bill on 26th January they both voted in favour of a fracking moratorium.

They were joined in voting against the government this evening by fellow Conservatives Andrew Percy (Brigg and Goole), Jason McCartney (Colne Valley) and Andrew Turner (Isle of Wight).

The government won the vote on its proposals to regulate fracking by 257 to 203. Full report here

A further 65 Conservatives either abstained or were not in the chamber. They included Zac Goldsmith (Richmond Park) and the former environment secretary, Caroline Spelman (Meriden), who both supported a moratorium on fracking a fortnight ago. Anne McIntosh whose Thirsk and Malton constituency has plans for fracking from Third Energy, did not vote.

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New fracking amendments to Infrastructure Bill released

February 11, 2015

New fracking amendments to Infrastructure Bill released
http://drillordrop.com/2015/02/11/new-fracking-amendments-to-infrastructure-bill-released/

A new set of conditions on fracking by Labour’s energy team and a group of backbench MPs were released this morning. The House of Commons is expected to vote on them later today during discussions on the Infrastructure Bill.

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To frack, or not to frack - round up Infrastructure bill

To frack, or not to frack

It was a big week for the nascent fracking industry in the UK. The excitement began on Monday when the House of Commons’ Environmental Audit Committee published a hastily written report arguing that fracking should be banned because it was not compatible with the UK’s climate targets. It was rushed out because, later that day, MPs voted on a series of proposed amendments to the Infrastructure Bill, which the government hopes will, in part, allow the UK to go “all out” for shale gas. The government managed to avoid MPs voting for a moratorium, but it did have to concede some compromises around environmental regulations. Carbon Brief summarised the outcome.

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Stormy sky over Big Ben

Perfect storm over future of UK shale exploration

Perfect storm over future of UK shale exploration

http://www.shalegas.international/2015/01/26/perfect-storm-over-future-of-uk-shale-exploration/

Shale exploration in the UK suffered a serious setback today after a report from the cross-party Environmental Audit Committee concluded that fracking for gas should be suspended in the UK because it poses significant health risks to locals and makes it virtually impossible for the country to meets its carbon reduction targets.

Following the publication of the report, a number of Conservatives and Liberal Democrats including the former Cabinet minister Caroline Spelman and Home Office minister Norman Baker, as well as a significant number of other MPs with constituencies in potential fracking zones, have made it clear that they will call for amendments to the Government’s Infrastructure Bill that would effectively impose a moratorium on fracking in the UK.

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UPDATE UK - green light for fracking

Reporter: Friends of the Earth Europe

You've probably already read a lot of information concerning yesterday's
vote in the UK on the Infrastructure Bill which was notably including an
amendment putting a moratorium on fracking.
For those who haven't read much about it or those who are a bit confused
in the middle of all these details, I gathered some information very
nicely sent by some UK friends and colleagues.

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Fracking company defies Wales's shale gas moratorium

Fracking company defies Wales's shale gas moratorium
http://www.theecologist.org/News/news_round_up/2745595/fracking_company_defies_waless_shale_gas_moratorium.html
The Ecologist

7th February 2015

This week the Welsh Assembly voted for a moratorium on fracking. But IGas company bosses insist that the Welsh Government is powerless to stop them pushing ahead with test drilling plans - as all the key decisions are made in Whitehall.

Nothing has changed in our plans to test drill for underground gas in Wrexham ... the Welsh Government can refuse applications on planning grounds, but they have no power to stop fracking.

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wales

Wales - a huge step towards a Moratorium

This does NOT mean that fracking has been banned, or that there will be a moratorium – but it is a huge step in that direction. https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=761003530651361&id=399311250153926&fref=nf

Press Release FFW 04.02.15 Word Format

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germany

German government approves fracking

German government approves fracking

Published: 13/02/2015 - 07:08

The German government has tabled a draft law permitting fracking in the country, with environmental associations criticising the draft as fragmented and risky, calling on the government to concentrate on implementing the Energiewende, instead. EurActiv Germany reports.

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Schedule for Germany

The further procedure in Germany is the following:

• Bilateral negotiations and negotiations with the Bundesländer until mid-March

• Discussion on revised draft law in the cabinet on 25 March 2015

• Debate on the revised draft law in the Bundesrat Committees in the  17th calendar week (20 April)

• Debate in the Bundesrat plenary on 08 May.

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kor dwarshuis

The Netherlands - earthquakes - infographic


This is not about shale gas but about conventional gas: the huge gas
field in the northern Dutch province Groningen. See here a very good
infographic of the story:

http://www.dwarshuis.com/earthquakes-groningen-gas-field/history-groningen-gas/#

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Global news

Ban Fracking Statewide in Florida

Posted on February 11, 2015 We in Florida, USA, have more than officially joined the ranks of worldwide news on putting an end to Global Fracking.

During the past several months, many organizations have unified to be a leading force to Ban Fracking altogether in Florida.
Groups including, but not limited to: Continue reading

Reports - Research

cansa

CANSA - report Africa, fracking and cancer

http://www.cansa.org.za/files/2015/01/CANSA-Fact-Sheet-Position-Statement-Hydraulic-Fracturing-Dec-2014.pdf

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Concerned Health Professionals of NY

Compendium of Scientific, Medical and Media findings demonstrating risks and Harms of Fracking


Compendium of Scientific, Medical, and Media Findings Demonstrating Risks  and Harms Of Fracking (Unconventional Gas And Oil Extraction)
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 In this Feb. 17, 2012 file photo, effluent from the Niagara Falls Wastewater Treatment Plant is discharged into the Niagara River near the American Falls in Niagara Falls, N.Y. The Niagara Falls City Council voted Monday, March 5, 2012 to ban the treatment of wastewater from hydraulic fracturing.

"Scientists Discover Two New Pollutants In Fracking Waste"

"Scientists Discover Two New Pollutants In Fracking Waste"
http://thinkprogress.org/climate/2015/01/14/3611503/two-new-fracking-pollutants/?utm_source=email&utm_medium=cptop3&utm_campaign=cptop3&elq=~~eloqua..type--emailfield..syntax--recipientid~~&elqCampaignId=~~eloqua..type--campaign..campaignid--0..fieldname--id~~


In this Feb. 17, 2012 file photo, effluent from the Niagara Falls Wastewater Treatment Plant is discharged into the Niagara River near the American Falls in Niagara Falls, N.Y. The Niagara Falls City Council voted Monday, March 5, 2012 to ban the treatment of wastewater from hydraulic fracturing.

CREDIT: AP Photo/David Duprey, File

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Shale Gas Bulletin Ireland

 Issue No. 49 - February 1, 2015

 1. Two new pollutants discovered in fracking wastewater
2. US electricity prices rise steadily despite cheap gas
3. Scotland declares moratorium on unconventional oil and gas exploration

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