Gasfracking Briten dürfen am See suchen /A4

VN Titelblatt / 09.10.2013 • 22:15 Uhr / 1 Minuten Lesezeit
The Cuadrilla drilling site is seen in Balcombe, southern England August 15, 2013. An oil explorer has suspended drilling in southern England in response to the threat of an escalating protest against fracking, the controversial process used to extract gas and oil from shale deposits that has transformed the U.S. energy market. Caudrilla Resources's site in the village of Balcombe in rural West Sussex has become a focal point for protesters who oppose fracking, a technique the company has pioneered in the search for shale gas in Britain. Photograph taken on August 15, 2013.  REUTERS/Gareth Fuller/Pool    (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY SOCIETY)

The Cuadrilla drilling site is seen in Balcombe, southern England August 15, 2013. An oil explorer has suspended drilling in southern England in response to the threat of an escalating protest against fracking, the controversial process used to extract gas and oil from shale deposits that has transformed the U.S. energy market. Caudrilla Resources’s site in the village of Balcombe in rural West Sussex has become a focal point for protesters who oppose fracking, a technique the company has pioneered in the search for shale gas in Britain. Photograph taken on August 15, 2013. REUTERS/Gareth Fuller/Pool (BRITAIN – Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY SOCIETY)

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