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Congratulations to our Director Dr Stephen Boult on winning the Award for Economic Impact at the Natural Environment Research Council Awards 2015. Dr Stephen Boult and his team at the University of Manchester were nominated for their development of new instruments for monitoring water...

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Come and see us at Shale Gas World: Europe 2014 in Warsaw on 25 – 26 November 2014. This event brings together operators, regulators and industry experts in discussions on how shale gas will develop in Europe and the infrastructure/regulation around it. Exploitation of unconventional gas resou...

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This month, we showcased our unique ground-gas monitor, GasClam®, at the European Shale Gas and Oil Summit 2014 in London.The event brought together key stakeholders including shale gas operators, key opinion leaders and European government representatives to discuss policy, strategy, environmen...

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CIWEM have published an independent review of shale gas exploration and exploitation in the UK, with a particular focus on the implications for the water environment.As part of their assessment of the risks, the CIWEM report highlights:'The importance of baseline monitoring cannot be overstated...

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Shale gas drilling is the hot topic around the world, currently being assessed to secure fuel supplies, whilst investigating it's environmental impact and any potential fluid contamination from the hydrofracking process.GasClam® is the only product that can collect in-situ, continuous ground gas...

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This month, Salamander Group attended the UK Shale 2013: Making It Happen congress, where proposals, solutions and strategies were shared specifically to drive forward shale gas development in the UK.Attendees included prominent MPs, government figures and industry Regulators who make...

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The latest brochure from Ion Science explains how the GasClam® is used to continuously monitor and collect data for accurate site investigation. Download the brochure here.

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GasClam® is being used by the UK Shale Gas industry to monitor the before and after effects of fracking, as part of continual ground-gas monitoring. Read more about this here.

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GasClam® is the only instrument in the world to continuously measure gases and log real-time data, building a clear picture of what is going on below the ground.  Download the new GasClam® brochure here.

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Australia’s New South Wales Environmental Protection Authority (NSW EPA) recently released its latest “Guidelines for the Assessment and Management of Sites Impacted by Hazardous Ground Gases”. The guidelines are designed to increase public and professional awareness and understand...

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Pollution Engineering, a leading US waste and land remediation magazine, recently published the white paper “GasClam®: Continuous Ground-Gas Monitoring Becomes a Reality”. The paper seeks to highlight the challenges and then suggest a solution to the issues faced by the contamin...

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International publishers of Asian Environmental Technology and Petro Industry News published the paper “Hydraulic Fracture, Gas Seepage and other Environmental Issues Concerning Shale Gas” recently. The paper states that the gas monitoring technology, GasClam®, is the only device wi...

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Environmental Earth Sciences’ Matthew Miklos was awarded “Young Achiever of the Year” by the Australian Contaminated Lands Consultants Association NSW (ACLCA) for a case study which demonstrated the innovative use of GasClam® gas monitoring technology. Following the award c...

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