Fracking Research

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Dear Royal College of Music,

I would like to formally request the following information regarding Hydraulic fracturing (also hydrofracturing, hydrofracking, fracking, or fraccing); a well-stimulation technique in which rock is fractured by a hydraulically pressurized liquid:

1) The total value of successful research grants received by the university in the area
of Hydraulic fracturing, between Jan 1st 2001 and 2nd Dec 2014, broken down by each year?

2) The value of each individual research grant received in the area of Hydraulic fracturing, between Jan 1st 2001 and 2nd Dec 2014, as well as. the year they were received and who funded the grant?

3) The value of any donations or partnerships received for research in the area of Hydraulic fracturing, between Jan 1st 2001 and 2nd Dec 2014, as well as. the year they were received and who funded the grant?

Yours faithfully,

Andrew Taylor

Nicholas Seager, Royal College of Music

Dear Mr Taylor,
Thank you for your email.  Under the provisions of the Act I will
endeavour to reply to you within 20 working days. 
Nicholas Seager
Information & Systems Manager
Royal College of Music
Registry
Prince Consort Road
LONDON SW7 2BS
UK
+44 (0)20 7591 4752
 
 
 
 

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Nicholas Seager, Royal College of Music

Dear Mr Taylor,
The Royal College of Music is not engaged in any research into fracking,
as this area is somewhat outside of our remit.  The answers to all of your
questions is zero.
Best wishes,
Nicholas Seager
Information & Systems Manager
Royal College of Music
Registry
Prince Consort Road
LONDON SW7 2BS
UK
+44 (0)20 7591 4752
 
 

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