Shale gas firms face legal requirement to reveal fracking chemical use

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Government accepts legislative amendments on 'well-by-well' disclosure and groundwater pollution, but opponents say bill remains flawed

Fracking companies will have to reveal the chemicals used in each well and introduce better monitoring of pollution risks for groundwater, after the government accepted proposals put forward by the Labour...

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