In a recent article on these posts it was commented that US gas prices will rise as exports start. We know Ineos at Grangemouth is building a massive gas storage facility for US Fracked Gas. Now the caveat. We know what prunes our government ministers are and the not fit for purpose DECC. If we support Fracking in the UK can we guarantee they only take as much as we need protecting our resources for generations or will the mantra of free trade result in the rape of the UK and selling our birthright to the rest of Europe. Just like they did with oil! Big profits for big overseas developers and a few well paid seats on boards for retiring ministers. Any bets folks!
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