Germany bans shale gas development through 2021

Germany recently announced plans to ban hydraulic fracturing of shale for the next seven years. This announcement succeeds Germany's two-year moratorium on new hydraulic fracturing permits. Unlike the prior two-year moratorium, the new ban includes shale only and allows hydraulic fracturing for o...

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