30 Mar '15, 1am

Geothermal firm looks to recycle fracking wells: Cuadrilla and Geothermal Engineering design pro...

Cornwall-based Geothermal Engineering has pushed forward with plans to deliver geothermal heat from exhausted oil and gas wells drilled by fracking firm Cuadrilla. Geothermal Engineering confirmed on Friday that it had signed a memorandum of understanding with Cuadrilla to design a system that could deliver both shale gas and renewable heat. FURTHER READING Scotland targets bio-refinery growth as first plant opens Unlocking the UK's tidal range opportunity The scheme has been financed by £55,000 from the Department of Energy and Climate Change's Energy Entrepreneurs' Fund and follows the success of field trials last year. The project could be a boon to both emerging industries, helping to boost the green credentials of the shale gas industry that has seen protests over concerns that the controversial process of fracking could cause earthquakes and water contamination. The ...

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