ReFINE has successfully won funding from the EU Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Network Grant.
ReFINE has successfully won funding as part of the NERC-ESRC Unconventional Hydrocarbon call.
Leaks on high pressure gas pipeline networks represent 2.9% of total annual UK methane emissions
Man-made earthquake risk reduced if fracking is 895 m from faults
The potential for spills and leaks of contaminated liquids from shale gas developments
Analytical Chemist Shannon Flynn from Newcastle University joins the ReFINE research team
Richard Davies talks to the BBC about Third Energy's Hydraulic Fracturing Plan
Horizontal respect distance for hydraulic fracturing in the vicinity of existing faults in deep geological reservoirs
Building ReFINE’s global network, Sarah Clancy and Miles Wilson (both Durham University) are representing the ReFINE consortium at the Shale Gas and Oil Summit in Buenos Aires.
ReFINE researcher, Yannick Kremer (University of Strathclyde), presented his latest research at the international conference held in Amsterdam.
Monitoring at fracking sites discussed on BBC North West Tonight
ReFINE research on the carrying capacity of the land