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Justice is conducting criminal investigations into gas extraction in small fields

2019-07-12T14:45:59.387Z

The Public Prosecution Service (OM) has been investigating the extraction of gas from the smaller gas fields in the Netherlands for a while, according to Thursday. Among other things, the Canadian company Vermilion, which would pump in Diever in Drenthe, would be much more than the maximum permitted quantity.


The Public Prosecution Service (OM) has been investigating the extraction of gas from the smaller gas fields in the Netherlands for a while, according to Thursday. Among other things, the Canadian company Vermilion, which would pump in Diever in Drenthe, would be much more than the maximum permitted quantity.

This is the conclusion of a study by RTV Noord, RTV Oost, RTV Drenthe and Omrop Fryslân. The OM confirms that it is investigating, but does not mention company names.

Local residents tell the broadcasters that they are banned from trembling as a result of exceeding the extraction.

Smaller fields attract more attention because gas extraction in Groningen is being phased out. This intensifies production in the smaller fields.

The OM does confirm that another investigation is being conducted into the Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij (NAM). This would be done due to serious contamination with natural gas condensate from a canal in Farmsum and soil contamination at Hardenberg.

Source: nunl

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