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Status: report and Government response published
The Welsh Affairs Committee will be holding a series of short inquiries on energy issues in Wales over the course of this Parliament. With an abundance of natural resources, Wales can play a vital role in the United Kingdom’s future energy supply.
The first inquiry will focus on shale gas.
Welsh Affairs Committee to publish its report on Thursday 16 October 2014
Potential commercial benefits of shale gas for Wales must not come as expense of environment
Committee to publish its report on Monday 16 June
Committee to question DECC Minister and US energy CEO
Committee to question Welsh Government on shale gas
Welsh Affairs Committee holds evidence session at National Assembly for Wales from 11.15am
Committee held its first evidence session on 22 October 2013
Most, but not all, Select Committee inquiries are conducted as follows:
Not all inquiries result in a Report