UK: 14th onshore licensing round
The energy minister has invited applications for licences in the 14th Landward Licensing Round.
Applications for licences will be accepted up to 14:00 on 28 October 2014 and will be assessed on: (i) the financial viability of the applicant; (ii) the technical capability of the applicant; (iii) the quality of the work programme; and (iv) the proven track record of the applicant. Applicants are also required to submit an environmental awareness statement outlining their understanding of the UK’s onshore environmental legislation and the broad environmental sensitivities of the acreage being applied for…
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