UPDATED Averil Macdonald says women are less likely to be pursuaded by the facts around shale gas exploration than men
The new chairwoman of UK Onshore Oil and Gas (UKOOG), the trade body that represents the nascent fracking industry, has said women are less likely to support fracking because they do not understand it,...
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