Environment Data Services (ENDS) Report revealed today (17/1/14) that the Environment Agency has had its budget cut by £10m more than expected. The Environment Agency (EA) will receive £397.4m of revenue funding from the government for the year 2014-15, down from £467m in 2013-14. According to ENDS, the […]
Environmental Data Services reports a forecast by the International Energy Agency that the UK could produce 3 billion cubic metres (bcm) of shale gas by 2035 – or 3% of annual demand. That is said to be the equivalent to commercial production from 10 wells and far below […]
Environmental Data Services publishes a report on the impacts of shale gas extraction on the environment. You can read the report by taking out a month’s free trial to the service.