Fracking in an independent UK

By Kasia Patel
Published: Monday, 18 July 2016

While the UK’s decision to leave the EU has caused uncertainty for many industrial minerals companies, Kasia Patel, North American Editor, looks at how a Brexit vote may encourage self-sufficiency in fracking and, along with a number of other factors, lead to a new source of demand for oilfield minerals.

The heated debate around the European Union (EU) Referendum held in the UK was finally put to rest when a surprise Brexit result was announced at the end of June. 

Green Party MP Caroline Lucas publicly backed the remain vote in what the party described as a "climate referendum"....

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