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Ineos Wins Environment Permit for Derbyshire Drill

05:17 EDT 4 Jul 2017 | CHEManager

The UK’s Environment Agency has granted Ineos Upstream, subsidiary of the Switzerland-based chemical group, an environmental permit allowing it to drill an exploratory borehole at a site in England’s Derbyshire. Specifically, the permit covers drilling, waste management and low-risk testing but not fracking at the site on privately owned land at Bramleymoor Lan, near Marsh Village and Eckington.

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