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Fracking Amendments Saudargas Energy Security Report

366 & 415


394

by select S&D MEPs and


Greens shadow Javor

Van Brempt S&D/BEL

78

Iwaszkiewicz EFDD/POL

350

Reul EPP/GE

352

Iwaszkiewicz EFDD/POL

357

Buzek EPP/POL

359

Ehler EPP/GE

361
364

Grbarczyk ECR/POL
Gierek S&D/POL

383

Iwaszkiewicz EFDD/POL

412

Buzek EPP/POL

413

Reul EPP/GE

423

Marinescu EPP/ROM

519

Ehler EPP/GE

691

Iwaszkiewicz EFDD/POL

Moratorium on fracking.
Full text in footnote1

Mentions reduced
projections for shale gas
production in World
Energy Outlook of IEA
Links shale gas & coal to
energy independence
Promote an EU legislative
framework for the
promotion of domestic gas
resources
Need for long-term
strategy to extract coal &
shale gas
Promote coal and
unconventional oil & gas
Fully exploiting
indigenous energy sources
Need a shale gas strategy
Need for long-term
strategy to extract
indigenous energy sources
Notes potential of shale
gas and coal
Links shale gas to offset
conventional gas decline
and reduction of energy
dependence
Promote indigenous and
imported gas to promote
energy security and
reduced emission
Support for geological
feasibility studies for
shale gas extraction
Links indigenous sources
to decarbonisation
Presents shale gas & coal
as alternative to external
energy sources

16 a. On the basis of the precautionary principle and on the principle that preventive action should be
taken, taking into account the risks and the negative climate, environmental and health impacts involved in
hydraulic fracturing for the exploitation of unconventional fracking and the gaps identified in the EU
regulatory regime for shale gas activities, urges Member States not to authorise any new unconventional
hydraulic fracturing operations in the EU