12th July 2014 Transcripts of this week’s parliamentary questions about fracking, shale and onshore oil and gas Nato Secretary General’s comments about Russian infiltration of anti-fracking groups Fracking in East Yorkshire and the Mendip Hills Health effects of endocrine disrupter chemicals used in fracking fluids With thanks to […]
27th June 2014 Public Health England is standing by its conclusion that fracking has a low risk to human health if properly run and regulated. But the organisation raises concerns about the density and location of drilling and abut bore-hole integrity. It repeats that robust regulation is essential.
May 16th 2014 Transcripts of the last week of parliamentary debates and questions on: Critique of the Public Health England report on shale gas extraction Greenhouse gas emissions in the UK and US Tax allowances for onshore oil and gas operators With thanks to theyworkforyou.com
Public Health England (PHE) has called for more controls on testing Cuadrilla’s oil exploration well at Balcombe to protect people from possible pollution threats. Responding to the company’s latest planning application, the organisation (established last year to protect and improve the nation’s health) recommended: Further checks on the […]
The Energy Minister Michael Fallon has welcomed the report by Public Health England on the impact of fracking on people’s health and the environment. The report, issued yesterday, said fracking was likely to be low risk but it called for good onsite management and appropriate regulation. Mr Fallon said: “I […]
The government’s health advisor says emissions from fracking are likely to be a low risk to public health – providing operations are properly run and regulated. Public Health England says shale gas extraction has the potential to cause pollution to air, land and water. But current evidence indicates […]