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Publisher: Aranzadi
Languages: Spanish; Castilian
Types: Article
Subjects: Hidrocarburos, Evaluación ambiental, Fracking, Hydrocarbons, Environmental assessment, Derecho Administrativo
La fractura hidráulica (fracking), como técnica para la exploración o explotación de hidrocarburos, junto a otras técnicas mineras como la perforación horizontal, permitió en Estados Unidos el aprovechamiento hasta entonces no viable de los denominados hidrocarburos no convencionales. El uso de esta técnica en Europa ha supuesto también la llegada de sus problemas ambientales. La distinta posición de los Estados miembros ha conducido a una tímida reacción normativa por parte de la Unión Europea. También nuestro país ha reaccionado mínimamente desde una perspectiva ambiental y no ha permitido disminuir el rechazo social. Para ello sería preciso aprobar una regulación sostenible del fracking. Hydraulic fracturing (fracking), as a technique for the exploration or exploitation of hydrocarbons, along with other mining techniques such as horizontal drilling, allowed the United States the use of unconventional hydrocarbons. The use of this technique in Europe has also meant the arrival of its environmental issues. The different positions of the Member States has led to a timid policy response of the European Union. Also, our country's policy has reacted minimally from an environmental perspective and it has not helped to reduce social rejection, achieving this would require a sustainable regulation of fracking.

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