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Monday, 23 March 2015, 1:00PM
Museum of London

The Regulation of Shale Gas Extraction

Professor Terence Centner

North America's production of domestic energy from its shale gas sources has been controversial. The release of contaminants into water and air are regulated, but more action seems needed against issues related to shale gas production.

Is enough being done to address risks accompanying shale gas extraction activities for the protection of the public and the environment?

Part of the 'American Perspectives' Fulbright series

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Professor Centner is a lecturer of Agricultural & Applied Economics at the University of Georgia. He is also Fulbright Visiting Professor at the University of Aberdeen.

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23 March 2015

The Regulation of Shale Gas Extraction
Professor Terence Centner

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