Agreed JollyJack, I always refer to clean natural gas when talking about fracking since methane is 80% hydrogen and produces only a small fraction of the amount of CO2 per unit energy when compared to coal. I seem to remember that British Gas used to use the term in their adverts during the 70s/80s.
Signed. Will try and get family/friends Pity it's called fracking,not exactly friendly term to the guy in the street,may be more people acceptable if called something like 'cool gas' or 'clean natural gas/fuel'. But slogan could be 'get cracking fracking' to really wind up the hill billies! JJ
Fact of the matter is fracking will happen, its just a matter of time. - end of. I am just picking up a few of these each month, mainly as I feel Igas is one of the stronger ones involved with fracking. Even if I have to wait another year as soon as the first licence is agreed this will explode. If the planning departments refuse it then new applications will be made again and again slowly editing things. All we need is one person who wants fracking to have the final word. The government have agreed it to sell the licences, they cant sell them and then not let it happen, particularly when u want UK investment. Futures bright, futures fracked.
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