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Regulatory provisions governing key aspects of unconventional gas development in eight Member States

This study deals with the regulatory provisions governing key aspects of unconventional gas development in Bulgaria, Denmark, Germany, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Spain and United Kingdom. It has been conducted on the basis of information collected between October 2012 and April 2013. These countries were selected as illustrative cases based on their geographical, cultural and legal diversity and their possible interest in extracting unconventional gas and in particular shale gas resources.
The main objective of this study was to identify differences and commonalities in the approaches
followed by the selected Member States and examine the potential limitations and useful examples of
these regulatory provisions.

Bibliography:
Marta Ballesteros, Florent Pelsy, Leonie Reins, and Claire Dupont.
Regulatory provisions governing key aspects of unconventional gas development in eight Member States
This Final Report has been prepared by Milieu Ltd’s Belgium office under Service Contract
070307/2012/630593/SER/ENV.F1 with DG Environment of the European Commission.
Issued by the European Commission – DG ENVI, July 2013

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