Links and further info


  • British Geological Survey for Department of Energy and Climate Change, The Carboniferous shales of the Midland Valley of Scotland: Geology and Resource Estimation, 2014
  • EY, Getting Ready for UK Shale Gas: Supply chain and skills requirements and opportunities, April 2014
  • The Energy and Climate Change Committee, Future of Carbon Capture and Storage in the UK, 2016
  • Policy Exchange, Too Hot to Handle?, 2016
  • The Royal Society and The Royal Academy of Engineering, Shale Gas Extraction in the UK: A Review of Hydraulic Fracturing, 2012
  • The Royal Society of Edinburgh, Options for Scotland’s Gas Future: Advice Paper, June 2015
  • Scottish Government, Independent Expert Scientific Panel – Report on Unconventional Oil And Gas, 2014
  • Scottish Government, Unconventional Oil and Gas Reports, November 2016
    • KPMG, Economic Impact Assessment and Scenario Development of Unconventional Oil and Gas in Scotland
    • AECOM, Decommissioning, Site Restoration and Aftercare – Obligations and Treatment of Financial Liabilities
    • Committee on Climate Change, Compatibility with Scottish Greenhouse Gas Emissions Targets
    • Ricardo, Understanding and Mitigating Community Impacts from Transportation
    • British Geological Survey (BGS), Understanding and Monitoring Induced Seismic Activity
    • Health Protection Scotland, A Health Impact Assessment of Unconventional Oil and Gas in Scotland
  • Scottish Government, Scottish Energy Strategy: The future of energy in Scotland, 2017
  • U.S. Energy Information Administration, Electricity Generation Data, 2016
  • U.S. Energy Information Administration, Electricity Data – Wind, 2016
  • U.S. Energy Information Administration, Shale Gas Production Data, 2016