Gas & Petroleum (Consents) Charges Regs 2013
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The Gas and Petroleum (Consents) Charges Regulations 2013 came into force on 17 June 2013
17 Jun 2013
Environment protection - UK
The Gas and Petroleum (Consents) Charges Regulations 2013 will enable the secretary of state to make a charge when a person applies for consent or authorisation under a carbon dioxide appraisal and storage licence; a gas storage licence; or a petroleum licence.
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Over two million hectares of Brazilian rainforest could be legally converted to supply the UK with soy under a new anti-deforestation law proposed by the government, the WWF has found.
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