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UK fracking and CO2 storage is geologically flawed, study says

By Reuters
01 December 2017   |   6:08 am
Geoscientists say tectonic events millions of years ago mean the UK is unsuited to large-scale fracking, and raises concerns over CO2 storage potential off-shore of the British Isles.

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