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Public meeting in Hartlepool to discuss fracking

Prime Minister David Cameron looks on during a guided tour of the IGas shale drilling plant oil depot near Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday January 13, 2014. French oil giant Total announced that it will become the first major oil company to explore for shale gas in Britain, confirming a report in The Financial Times. The Financial Times had reported that Total would announce the deal in which Singapore-based Dart Energy and UK-listed Igas and Edgdon resources are also partners in the project. See PA story POLITICS Fracking. Photo credit should read: Lindsey Parnaby/PA Wire

Prime Minister David Cameron looks on during a guided tour of the IGas shale drilling plant oil depot near Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday January 13, 2014. French oil giant Total announced that it will become the first major oil company to explore for shale gas in Britain, confirming a report in The Financial Times. The Financial Times had reported that Total would announce the deal in which Singapore-based Dart Energy and UK-listed Igas and Edgdon resources are also partners in the project. See PA story POLITICS Fracking. Photo credit should read: Lindsey Parnaby/PA Wire

A PUBLIC meeting to discuss fracking is to be held tomorrow night.

The Frack-free Cleveland group is hosting the meeting at The People’s Centre, in Hartlepool, from 7pm until 9pm.

It will discuss fracking and Underground Coal Gasification (UCG), and there will be a presentation from National organisation Frack Off. Members of the public can also ask questions.

Further meetings will be held at The Arc, in Dovecot Street, Stockton, on Friday, April 11, from 7pm until 9pm, and at the same time on Saturday, April 12, at The Hope Foundation, in Grange Road, Middlesbrough.

 

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