UK should use shale gas to cut emissions, report says

Guardian: The UK should use natural gas, including from "fracking", to help cut carbon by replacing coal for power supplies over the next few years, a report has suggested. But it would be risky to assume gas prices will be low in the coming years or that the UK has extensive supplies of shale gas which is extracted through the controversial process of fracking, the study said. And gas-fired power stations can only play a significant role in generating electricity beyond 2030 if they are fitted with......

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