3rd Annual UK Shale 2014: Making It Happen

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While it is useful to question if UK shale is going to be viable, examining how to make it happen is what matters. The upcoming licence round, increasing support from the UK Government, growing investment from overseas investors and strengthening resource estimates, mean UK shale is closer than ever to being fully explored and validated. However, the general election next year, rising public opposition and limited domestic fracturing expertise, mean there are still significant barriers that need overcome; all of which operators are rapidly and energetically addressing to make sure the UK can fully exploit its wealth of onshore unconventional resources.

MISSION OF THE EVENT

DEVELOPING REALISTIC, ACTIONABLE STRATEGIES FOR DRIVING THE UK SHALE INDUSTRY TOWARDS COMMERCIAL VIABILITY

Being the UK's most action-focused conference and the first of it's kind in 2012, the UK Shale Congress: Making It Happen has been working with operators, government and suppliers to help drive forward progress from the very beginning. This year's congress has been yet again re-researched to reflect the rapidly changing industry dynamics and deliver insights on the most current and urgent issues facing operators today.
No one expects a silver bullet to make shale gas happen in the UK, but there are a number of critical barriers that need to be practically addressed to ensure the next steps are taken towards commerciality. The UK Shale Congress 2014: Making It Happen has been designed to address these factors in detail, one by one, to find solutions at each stage:

PROGRESS FACTOR 1 - ATTAINING GOVERNMENTAL SUPPORT: Understanding the practicalities of both immediate and post-election governmental shale support to assess the sustainability of regulatory backing for UK shale and how it will materialize over the next 4 years

PROGRESS FACTOR 2 - GAINING LAND ACCESS: How to build relationships with local councils and landowners to achieve planning permission for key exploration sites

PROGRESS FACTOR 3 - WINNING PUBLIC ACCEPTANCE : How to get it and keep it- bringing the public on board by creating factual solutions for dismissing myths, educating the public and gaining mission-critical support

PROGRESS FACTOR 4 - CREATING A SUPPLY CHAIN NETWORK:  Developing an unconventional supply chain network to support shale development in the UK to ensure that once commercial shale is proven, there will be no delay in extraction

PROGRESS FACTOR 5 - VALIDATING THE RESOURCE: Assessing the latest depositional, seismicity and flow data to validate the resource and developing fracking and environmental operational plans for fully exploiting the resource

PROGRESS FACTOR 6 - ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING: Examining cost effective strategies for commercial-scale water and waste management in UK shale plays to maintain environmentally acceptable operations throughout development

For more information please visit: http://www.shale-uk-2014.com

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3rd Annual UK Shale 2014: Making It Happen

  1. 1. KEY PROGRESS FACTORS TO BE ADDRESSED: 24th -25th June, 2014 | London | UK Hear From UK Shale Experts Including: M Follow us @UnconventOilGasOrganised By: www.shale-uk-2014.com Kamlesh Parmar CEO 3Legs Resources Ltd. Dan Byles MP Energy and Climate Change Select Committee Michael Fallon Minister Department Of Energy & Climate Change Eric Vaughn Director - Well Services Cuadrilla Resources Ltd Graham Dean Director Reach Coal Seam Gas Huw Clarke Senior Geoscientist Cuadrilla Resources Ltd Ian Roche Managing Director Aurora Energy Resources Ltd Ken McHattie Chairman Aurora Energy Resources Ltd • FACTOR 1 ATTAINING GOVERNMENTAL SUPPORT: Understanding the practicalities of both immediate and post-election governmental shale support to assess the sustainability of regulatory backing for the UK shale and how it will materialise over the next 4 years • FACTOR 2 GAINING LAND ACCESS: How to build relationships with local councils and landowners to achieve planning permission for key exploration sites • FACTOR 3 WINNING PUBLIC ACCEPTANCE: How to get it and keep it - bringing the public onboard by creating factual solutions for dismissing myths, education the public and gleaning mission-critical support • FACTOR 4 CREATING A SUPPLY CHAIN NETWORK: Developing an unconventional supply chain network to support shale development in the UK to ensure that once commercial shale is proven there will be no delay in extraction • FACTOR 5 VALIDATING THE RESOURCE: Assessing the latest depositional, seismicity and flow data to validate the resource and developing fracking and environmental operational plans for fully exploiting the resource • FACTOR 6 ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING: Examining cost-effective strategies for commercial-scale water and waste management in UK shale plays to maintain environmentally acceptable operations throughout development Tom Greatrex MP Labour Shadow Energy Minister SAVE £200 Register By Friday 18th April 2014 MAKING SHALE HAPPEN IN THE UK Proactively Overcoming The Latest Progress Factors Relating To Government And Frack Permitting, Public Acceptance, Land Access, Unconventional Supply Chain And Sub Surface Data Availability To Expedite The Validation Of Great Britain’s Shale Resources Robert Gatliff Director - Energy & Marine Geoscience British Geological Survey Developing Realistic Actionable Strategies For Collectively Driving The UK Shale Industry Towards Commercial Viability
  2. 2. Venue Information: The Summit Will Be Held At: HOTEL RUSSELL LONDON Woburn Suite, 1-8 Russel Square London WC1B 5BE Tel: 020 7837 6470 Web: www.hotelrusselllondon.co.uk www.shale-uk-2014.com +44 (0) 800 098 8489  info@london-business-conferences.co.uk Hear From Uk Shale Experts Including: üü Michael Fallon, Minister, Department Of Energy & Climate Change üü Tom Greatrex, MP, Labour Shadow Energy Minister üü Dan Byles, MP, Energy and Climate Change Select Committee üü Lord Robin Teverson, Spokesman for Energy and Climate Change, Liberal Democrat Party üü Eric Vaughn , Director - Well Services, Cuadrilla Resources Ltd üü Ian Roche, Managing Director, Aurora Energy Resources Ltd üü Kamlesh Parmar, CEO, 3Legs Resources Ltd. üü Graham Dean , Director, Reach Coal Seam Gas üü Robert Gatliff, Director - Energy & Marine Geoscience, British Geological Survey üü Peter Redman, Chairman, Midmar Energy Group üü Ken McHattie, Chairman, Aurora Energy Resources Ltd üü Ian Davey, Senior Advisor, Environment Agency üü David Forster, Senior Advisor - Oil & Gas Programme, Environment Agency üü Huw Clarke , Senior Geoscientist, Cuadrilla Resources Ltd üü Ian Benson, Commissioner For The Sustainable Country, Staffordshire County Council üü Jim Marshall, Policy & Business Advisor, Water UK üü James Verdon, Research Fellow, Bristol Microseismicity Project üü Richard Selley , Professor Of Petroleum Geology, Imperial College London SAVE £200 Register By Friday 18th April 2014 While it’s useful to question if UK shale is going to be viable, examining how to make it happen is what matters. The upcoming licence round, increasing support from the UK Government, growing investment from overseas investors and strengthening resource estimates mean UK shale is closer than ever to being fully explored and validated. However, the general election next year, rising public opposition and limited domestic fracturing expertise mean there are still significant barriers that need overcome; all of which operators are rapidly and energetically addressing to make sure the UK can fully exploit its wealth of onshore unconventional resources. Developing Realistic, Actionable Strategies For Driving The UK Shale Industry Towards Commercial Viability. Being the UK’s most action-focused conference and the first of its kind in 2012, UK Shale 2014: Making It Happen has been working with operators, government and suppliers to help drive forward progress from the beginning. This year’s congress has yet again been re-researched to reflect the rapidly changing industry dynamics and deliver insights on the most current and urgent issues facing operators today. The UKs Most Action-Focused Shale Conference. There is limited value in questioning whether shale in the UK will happen, answers rather than questions have to be provided and action-focused solutions rather than simply problems, need to be identified. The only way to make the progress needed to gain frack permits, validate reserves and ultimately exploit UK shale resources on a commercial scale is for operators, government, unconventional suppliers and investors to collaborate and take action on the critical progress factors driving UK shale viability. Sponsorship And Exhibition Opportunities Available At The Summit Need to generate new sales leads, launch a new product, engage key decision makers, build new future business relationships in key markets, or simply educate the industry about a new product? Then you need to exhibit at the UK Shale 2014. Our busy exhibit area is an integral part of the summit and is of genuine practical value to delegates, who are looking for new solutions and technologies. Exhibiting at the summit will help you position yourself as a market leader and centre of excellence to the key decision makers in the industry. For further information, please contact: info@london-business-conferences.co.uk or 0800 098 8489 MISSION OF THE EVENT
  3. 3. ATTAININGGOVERNMENTALANDPUBLICSUPPORT,ANDGAININGACCESSTOLAND: Day One Will Deliver Proactive Solutions On How To Maintain Support Pre And Post Election And Will Determine How To Build Symbiotic Relationships With Local Communities And Landowners To The Ensure Access To Land And Drive Forward Exploration Progress Day 1 Tuesday 24th June 2014 8.50 Chair’s Opening Remarks ChairedbyKenMcHattie,Chairman, AuroraEnergyResources Limited PROGRESSFACTOR1:ATTAININGGOVERNMENTALSUPPORT Understanding The Practicalities Of Both Immediate And Post-Election Governmental Shale Support To Assess The Sustainability Of Regulatory Backing For UK Shale And How It Will Materialise Over The Next 4 Years GOVERNMENT SUPPORT 9.00 Understanding The Conservative And Liberal Democrat Government’s Immediate Plans For Policy Development And Public Education To Make Shale Gas Development Happen In The UK • Assessing the impact fiscal term changes in the 2014 budget will have on shale development in the UK and what this means for operators • Examining how tax incentives, local council agreements and planning permission will be managed going forward and how this impacts the viability of commencing operations • Detailing plans for streamlining the permitting process to make applications and approvals easier for operators • Defining exactly what is required of the industry in the short term to meet regulatory requirements and enable operators to progress to the exploration stage • Predicting how future tax revenues, the creation of new jobs and cheaper energy bills from shale gas will impact the domestic economy and assessing how this will impact Governmental decisions MichaelFallon, Minister,DepartmentOfEnergy&Climate Change 9.30 Question & Answer Session POST-ELECTION SUPPORT 9.40 Discussing Post-Election Proposals On Tax, Planning Permission And Frack Permitting Policy To Determine The Sustainability Of Government Support For The Shale Industry CONSERVATIVE PERSPECTIVE: • Assessing whether or not reliable planning permission and exploration permits awarded now will be valid post-election • Forecasting potential changes in planning regulations to anticipate how and when this is likely to affect operations • Hearing how Government plans to work alongside local authorities in regards to permitting to ensure approval can be attained from all levels DanByles,MP,EnergyandClimateChangeSelectCommittee 10.10 Question & Answer Session LABOUR PERSPECTIVE: • Understanding the concerns held by local areas in regards to fracking and how these should be addressed • Understanding the likely changes which will be implemented on the regulations of hydraulic fracturing and land access • Evaluating how the Government plans to work alongside industry and locals to make sure that fracking is implemented safely TomGreatrex,MP,LabourShadowEnergyMinister 10.50 Question & Answer Session * N.B. LIBERAL DEMOCRAT PERSPECTIVE TO BE DELIVERED AS KEY NOTE ON DAY 2 11.00 Morning Refreshments in the Exhibition Area LOCAL COUNCIL PANEL: QUESTION & ANSWER SESSION 11.30 Hearing The Latest Local Council Plans For Enabling Field Development And Awarding Planning Permission In Key Exploration Areas In The UK • Understanding the regional regulatory requirements which would be in place if hydraulic fracking was approved • Outlining the concerns held by the councils on shale gas and determining ways in which they can be addressed • Realizing ways in which the operators can communicate with local authorities to build symbiotic and sustainable relationships. STAFFORDSHIRE:Dr.IanBenson,CommissionerForThe SustainableCounty,StaffordshireCouncil PROGRESS FACTOR 2: GAINING LAND ACCESS How To Build Relationships With Local Councils And Land Owners To Achieve Planning Permission For Key Exploration Sites LAND ACCESS: LEGAL 12.00 How Operators Can Respond To Land Regulatory Changes And The Current Position Of The Subsurface Trespass Law To Minimise Drilling Delays • Interpreting the current legal positions of operators with regards to how deep they can drill to ensure that they remain within their legal rights at all times • Examining possible outcomes of the Subsurface Trespass Draft Law to assess the viability of drilling on privately owned property • Constructing strategies for use by operators and regulators for demonstrating that operations are being carried out legally to maintain the permission to drill in specific sites • Obtaining public acceptance by incorporating the industry’s right to explore on behalf of the crown with the potential benefits for the local communities DavidForster,SeniorAdvisor-Oil&GasProgramme,EnvironmentAgency 12.30 Question & Answer Session 12.40 Lunch in Exhibition Showcase Area LANDOWNER RELATIONS 1.40 How To Build Sustainable Relationships With Landowners To Enable The Drilling Of Wells With Minimal Disruption To Both The Surface And The Operation • Evaluating ways to create a productive symbiotic relationship by involving the landowner in the daily affairs of the drill site • Examining ways in which operators can effectively demonstrate that the need to require land rights is within national interest to discourage landowner resistance • Encouraging landowner cooperation by examining the potential provision of royalties which the landowner could receive if shale gas was located • zhow to overcome landowners blocking access to land in the future by continuing the relationship after a well has been drilled PeterRedman,Chairman,MidmarEnergy 2.10 Question & Answer Session PROGRESS FACTOR 3: WINNING PUBLIC ACCEPTANCE How To Get It And Keep It - Bringing The Public On board By Creating Factual Solutions For Dismissing Myths, Educating The Public And Gleaning Mission-Critical Support BUSTING MYTHS THROUGH SCIENCE 2.20 Learning from the mistakes made in the USA to ensure fact-based community acceptance within the United Kingdom • Correcting Misinformation: Examining how operators can efficiently and quickly correct the misinformation surrounding the industry to ensure the public are aware of the facts surrounding shale • Science: Examining the baseline groundwater chemistry to ensure that the area operated in will be environmentally safe • Pollution: Examining what happens when the surface casing is not properly cemented to minimise the risk of pollution from the drill site • Air Drilling: Examining the use of air drilling as an alternative to hydraulic fracturing • Fault Zones: Understanding what happens when a fault line is drilled through in order to prevent such cases happening in the future • Waste Disposal: Understanding the risks involved with both incorrect water storage and flow-back water so as to ensure that safe procedures are continually practiced RichardSelley,Professor,ImperialCollegeLondon 2.50 Question & Answer Session MEDIA ACCEPTANCE 3.00 Determining Best Practice In Media Relations To Provide Fact-Based Shale Industry Information To The Public • Understanding the Media Environment which surrounds the shale gas industry and gaining insight into how journalists operate • Identifying ways to improve relations with local media outlets to facilitate consistent and regular communications with communities • Engaging with the Media both nationally and locally to support healthy and fact-based debate about shale gas development KamleshParmar,CEO,3LegsResources 3.30 Question & Answer Session 3.40 Afternoon Refreshments In The Exhibition Area COLLABORATION INITIATIVE - START UP PANEL DISCUSSION 4.10 Making A Collaborative Public Education Initiative Happen Today: Creating The Forum The Industry Urgently Needs To Collectively Overcome Public Resistance • What could be achieved: identifying what individual operators have been struggling with in regards to public acceptance and mapping the reality of what a collective effort could truly achieve • Shared costs: quantifying the cost reduction possible by pooling media, local acceptance and public education efforts to win the hearts and minds of the public • How many operator’s are needed: discussing how many operators would be needed to enable the collective voice to be more influential than the sum of it’s parts • What would be required of representatives: discussing the roles that would need played by company representatives, from what function and from what seniority levels • How much time will need committed per company representative involved: evaluating the realistic time commitments needed to asses feasibility KamleshParmar,CEO,3LegsResources GrahamDean,Director,ReachCoalSeamGas 4.40 Question & Answer Session PROGRESS FACTOR 4: CREATING A SUPPLY CHAIN NETWORK Developing An Unconventional Supply Chain Network To Support Shale Development In The UK To Ensure That Once Commercial Shale Is Proven There Will Be No Delay In Extraction HYDRAULIC FRACTURING TECHNOLOGY 4.50 Developing Strategies For Acquiring Hydraulic Fracturing Technology Whilst The Resource Is Still Being Proven To Ensure Shale Gas Can Be Extracted Immediately Following Resource Validation And Permit Approval • Investigating the expense and availability of rigs in US and Europe and the cost of transporting these rigs to the UK to understand the cost of the overall fracking process • Questioning the capacity of the UK for different equipment to understand exactly what is needed by the industry to push forward shale production • Assessing the role small businesses play in supporting the shale industry in the UK and how they could drive down the costs of site specific technologies EricVaughn,Director-WellServices,CuadrillaResources 5.20 Question & Answer Session SUPPLIER PLANS 5.30 Identifying How The Service Sector Proposes To Support The Industry Before And After Shale Is Commercialised To Determine The Timescale Of Operations And Availability Of Equipment • Viewing the UK shale industry from a supplier’s perspective to establish an outline of what the future entails for the technology supply • Understanding the possibility of adapting processes and technologies available elsewhere in the world to the UK to predict the timeframe of availability • Evaluating what the service sector needs to establish themselves in the UK thus creating competiveness and more choice for cost-effective completions equipment • Gauging the difference between shale production in the UK and other areas worldwide to give insight into how the supply industry may develop in the future ChairedbyKenMcHattie,Chairman, AuroraEnergyResourcesLtd 6.00 Question & Answer Section 6.10 Chair’s Closing Remarks 6.20 - 7.20 Networking Drinks Reception In Exhibition Showcase Area www.shale-uk-2014.com +44 (0) 800 098 8489  info@london-business-conferences.co.uk
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Day 2 Wednesday 25th June 2014 8.50 Chair’s Opening Remarks ChairedbyKenMcHattie,Chairman, AuroraEnergyResources Limited POST-ELECTION SUPPORT - LIBERAL DEMOCRAT PERSPECTIVE: 9.00 Discussing Post-Election Proposals On Tax, Planning Permission And Frack Permitting Policy To Determine The Sustainability Of Government Support For The Shale Industry • Understanding how Liberal Democrat support for the industry will be implemented and maintained post election • Looking at likely changes for the industry in the years to come to assess the future of shale • Outlining the ways in which Government will work alongside operators and local communities to ensure the future of shale LordRobinTeverson,SpokesmanforEnergyandClimateChange, LiberalDemocratParty 9.30 Question & Answer Session PROGRESS FACTOR 5: VALIDATING THE RESOURCE Assessing The Latest Depositional, Seismicity And Flow Data To Validate The Resource And Developing Fracking And Environemntal Operational Plans For Fully Exploiting The Shale Resource VALIDATING THE RESOURCE: A CASE STUDY 9.40 Evaluating How A World Class Oil Shale Formation Was Validated, How Production Profiles Were Predicted And How The Development Strategy Was Created • Explaining how the geology within the West-Lothian oil- shale formation was assessed to quantify the resource of shale gas within the area • Hearing how the operator addressed surface issues in the area to gain exploration access and validate the resource • Outlining the development strategy and assessing predicted production profiles • Understanding the historical development of oil and gas within the West Lothian Oil-Shale Formation to identify future exploration sites GrahamDean,Director,ReachCoalSeamGas 10.10 Question & Answer Session 10.20 Morning Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area SEISMICITY 10.50 Evaluating Induced Seismicity And The Benefits And Drawbacks Of Using Microseismic Monitoring To Understand The Sub Surface • Using Microseismic Monitoring to map stimulated fractures as they are created and evaluating how this data can be used to understand the subsurface and optimize operations • Evaluating procedures such as the Traffic Light Scheme and other seismic monitoring approaches to minimize the risks of induced Seismicity • Analyzing existing databases to understand the tectonic settings and assess possible seismic hazards. Dr.JamesVerden,ResearchFellow,BristolMicroseismicity Project 11.20 Question & Answer Ssession FLOW TESTING CASE STUDY 11.30 Examining Flow Data From A UK Shale Well To Predict Rate Of Extraction After The Frack And Determine The Commercial Viability Of Production • Hearing the latest procedures from a drilled well to help determine whether commercial flow rates are attainable in UK shales • Assessing how long it takes to attain permission to flow test a well and how to expedite the approval procedure • Evaluating the optimal rate of extraction that can be attained by a frack to understand the commercial viability of the operation • Understanding how to measuring how pressure of the rocks to pinpoint drilling and extract the highest volume of shale before the rocks cease to produce HuwClarke,SeniorGeologist,CuadrillaResources 12.00 Question & Answer Session OFFSHORE SHALE 12.10 Exploring The Viability Of Offshore Fracking To Identify Further Opportunities For Unconventional Extraction • Examining the potential to frack for shale offshore in the UK and determining whether it will produce a high enough volume of gas to justify extra costs • Outlining the different processes used in onshore and offshore shale fracking to determine cost-effectiveness • Classifying the offshore planning permission regulations and assessing the legislation surrounding the offshore industry to see if permits are easier to obtain due to the lack of surface issues RobertGatliff,Director-Energy&MarineGeoscience,British GeologicalSurvey 12.40 Question & Answer Session 12.50 Lunch in Exhibition Showcase Area PROGRESS FACTOR 6: ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING Examining Cost-Effective Strategies For Commercial-Scale Water And Waste Management In UK Shale Plays To Maintain Environmentally Acceptable Operations Throughout Development WATER MANAGEMENT: THE TECHNICAL SIDE 1.50 Understanding The Availability Of Water Within The UK And The Ways In Which Waste Water Can Be Recycled And Disposed Of In An Environmentally Responsible Fashion • Outlining the position of the water companies within the UK in regards to water access to understand the future of supply’s for operators • Evaluating the quality and quantity of water available to operators within the UK to assess the productivity of frack sites in specific areas • Assessing cost-effective strategies for transporting water from the source to the site while minimising road usage • Determining ways in which water can be treated and/or disposed of in an environmentally responsible manner JimMarshall,Policy&BusinessAdvisor,WaterUK 2.20 Question & Answer Session WATER MANAGEMENT: THE REGULATIONS 2.30 Understanding The Regulations In Place for Both Acquiring Water And Disposing Of Waste-Water To Determine The Accessibility For Operators • Examining the existing regulations in place for water access to ensure operators practice environmentally safe procedures • Outlining regulations on water usage and disposal to understand what is required to gain sourcing permits and commence operations • Understanding the regulations regarding disposal of water and waste to ensure that the environment remains unharmed during hydraulic fracturing IanDavey,SeniorAdvisor,EnvironmentAgency 3.00 Question & Answer Session 3.10 Afternoon Refreshments In The Exhibition Area ARISING OPPORTUNITIES Evaluating Potential Areas For Expansion Within The Energy Market To Ensure All Resources Can Be Exploited LIQUID PLAYS 3.40 Evaluating UK Liquid-Rich Shale Plays - What We Know And More Importantly What We Don’t Know • Giving a regional overview of shales with liquid potential so as to understand the capacity within the UK • Contrasting analogues of liquid plays with historical exploration to gain a deeper understanding of the liquid plays potential • Assessing what the future may hold for liquid-rich plays within the UK IanRoche,ManagingDirector,AuroraEnergyResourcesLtd 4.10 Question & Answer Session INVESTMENT INCENTIVES: PANEL 4.20 Pinpointing The Strategic Reasons Why UK Shale Should Be At The Forefront of Every Investors Mind And Providing Scientific Data To Support Investments • Assessing the criteria investors look for in early, unproven energy source investments • Identifying how the key risk factors of regulatory support sustainability and public opposition in UK shale affect investment decisions and what factual data can be provided to overcome them • Providing scientific data to prove the presence of commercially recoverable gas in UK shale and how this affects ROI of investment PeterRedman,Chairman,MidmarEnergy KenMcHattie,Chairman,AuroraEnergyResources 4.50 Question & Answer Session 5.00 Chair’s Closing Remarks And End Of Conference www.shale-uk-2014.com +44 (0) 800 098 8489  info@london-business-conferences.co.uk VALIDATINGTHERESOURCEANDOPERATINGENVIRONMENTALLY: Day Two Will Examine The Ways In Which The Resource Can Be Validated To Understand The Amount Of Shale Available And How To Proceed With Operations In An Environmentally Friendly Fashion To Ensure That Hydraulic Fracturing Starts To Increase In The UK Exponentially “Excellent agenda especially environmental information, technical information at a level everyone could understand” EnvironmentalTeamLead,Centrica Energy “Programme content was relevant and timely, good speakers and excellent venue” HSEDirector,Cuadrilla Resources “Some excellent presentations and good government input” AssetManager,Summit Petroleum “The strong focus on the environmental permitting regime, the quality of speakers was excellent” CentricaEnergy,Environmental Team Lead
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