MPs reject ‘hot air’ safety fears over shale gas drilling

WalesOnline: A Gas fracking platform at work in Philadelphia DRILLING for shale gas in Wales came a step closer last night when a cross-party group of MPs gave it the green light and rejected safety concerns. The Energy and Climate Change committee concluded drilling will not endanger drinking water if properly regulated and should not be stopped. No evidence was found that the controversial method of extracting underground gas poses a threat to water supplies and objections were described as "hot air". The......

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