Chelmsford, United Kingdom (PressExposure) May 10, 2012 -- Absolute are concerned, "We know the risks of fracking from what happened the last time. We believe that with safety checks that it could be a good source of energy but alternatively we need to find a more reliable energy source." The government-appointed panel believes there will probably be more quakes but that they will be too small to do structural damage above ground. It recommends more monitoring... A source at Absolute stated "With monitoring there shouldn't be any quakes but even if they were they would not be fatal so there should not be any worry to any structural damages"
Richard Moorman, CEO of Tamboran Resources, a company with permits to frack in Northern Ireland, said the risk of tremors or water contamination was low. "The government sees shale gas as a valuable energy resource for the future. Chancellor George Osborne sees gas as an economic fuel for the UK, despite climate concerns. Absolute a local sales and marketing company stated "Sure there might be climate risks but you need to look at the big picture, if fracking works it could become a major asset in our everyday energy supplying for years to come."
Local groups are concerned about groundwater contamination as well as earthquakes, while environment groups point out that basing the UK's energy strategy on gas will make it much harder to achieve climate change targets. Managing director at Absolute Client Services stated "From what we know contamination and earthquakes will not happen as the chances of them to happen are low."
"We should be developing the huge potential of clean British energy from the sun, wind and waves, not more dirty and dangerous fossil fuels."But Simon Moore, environment and energy research fellow at thinktank Policy Exchange, thinks that shale gas could also be an "environmental opportunity"."It's something that can potentially help with meeting our climate change gas goals". Managing director of Absolute commented "Energy has its highs and lows, of course we all want clean British energy but we need some sort of energy to get us to that stage so that everywhere can be powered by clean energy. Shale gas could be that one step closer to the climate change gas goals which hopefully will go down by using it."
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