Monthly Archives: January 2014

Minister Foster’s Johan Cruyff answer

So it would seem I’m a mind reader.  In this post I queried the economic viability of the shale in Fermanagh and used some guidelines from the Bowland Shale report.  I’m talking about the sidestepping part of my post…although it … Continue reading

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Reply To Minister Foster on her Fermanagh Herald Article Wed Jan 22

Minister Foster, your recent article in the Herald, Wed 22nd January completely omits any mention of the public health issues which surround the new ‘super frack’ or high volume hydraulic fracturing. Could that be to save your DUP colleague the … Continue reading

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Oi Gove .. Sort Cameron’s maths out !

From Sky News report, ( BBC without ads)  David C says that affected communities would get 10 million GBP per well as their 1% cut of revenues. So David’s believes each well will produce 10 *100 million or 1 billion GBP … Continue reading

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Is Tamboran director calling for Strategic Environmental Assessment ?

A while back there was much of a hodoo about how a director at a Shale Gas company also happened to sit on the CNCC – The Council for Nature and Conservation and the Countryside in Northern Ireland described in … Continue reading

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