Unconventional Hydrocarbons - UK Energy System
Unconventional Hydrocarbons in the UK Energy System (UKUH)
Environmental and socio-economic impacts and processes
Following the retirement of Professor Rob Ward in June we welcome new members to the C1 & C4 Team
Virtual Event using an online platform to facilitate an informal poster presentation section and delegate networking
Timed to coincide with the G7 Summit, Professor Devine-Wright and Dr Stacia Ryder present at the Green Futures Conference
The work, published in Frontiers in Earth Sciences, is a contribution from the UKUH Programme, and looks at how the coverage and quality of existing subsurface data may impact decision making for subsurface energy systems.
UKUH Benchmark Report by Matthew Cotton, Adrian Gonzalez and Jennifer Dickie
Climate Exp0 Presentation Value of geological resources in Net Zero: Lessons from onshore oil and gas in the UK
NERC-ESRC Unconventional Hydrocarbons in the UK Energy System Programme announce funded projects
Patrick Devine-Wright gave a talk Tackling 'shale fail': reflections on public perceptions
Following the government's White Paper, Prof Mike Bradshaw discusses the role of natural gas in meeting Net Zero
Dr Darrick Evensen discussed research into concerns about environment during the pandemic
The announcements of the Open Call Funding will be published at the end of January 2021.
Laurence Williams, Abigail Martin and Benjamin K Sovacool, University of Sussex
Dr Laurence Stamford, The University of Manchester
UKUH launches a new platform for its researchers and academics to offer their expert observations and viewpoints on a specific theme relating to shale gas.
Shale Gas Development and Community Distress: Evidence from England
Benchmark Report written by Nicholas Solman and Michael Bradshaw
Researchers from the Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex have published their analysis of UK policy debate on shale gas development in Global Environmental Change.
Darrick Evensen, Patrick Devine-Wright and Lorraine Whitmarsh report the initial findings of their national survey
Laurence Williams outlines his current research in Energy World magazine.