Geophysical Survey

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Dear Department of Energy and Climate Change,

Please can you confirm whether or not a Geophysical Survey was carried out at the oil/gas exploration site by Caudrilla at Lower Stumble, London Road, Balcombe, West Sussex and if not where did they get their geographical information from ?

Yours faithfully,

L E Towner

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Dear FOI Requests,

I should have received a reply to my FOI by the 7th February 2014, could you please reply promptly upon receiving this.

Yours sincerely,

L Towner

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Dear Department of Energy and Climate Change,

With regards to your reply to my request as to whether a Geophysical Survey has been carried out at Balcombe , West Sussex where Caudrilla have carried out an exploration drill for onshore oil/gas and have submitted planning permission to return to test flow rates (Lower Stumble Site, London Road, Balcombe, Haywards Heath, West Sussex, have Cuadrilla - license holders to the area surrouding and including the site at Lower Stumble Balcombe - obtained any new 2d or 3d seismic data within the licensed area around Balcombe? Was it commissioned by Cuadrilla or was it obtained elsewhere? If it was obtained elsewhere where was it from, what date was the survey and is it possible to see this data?

Yours faithfully,

L Towner

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Dear L E Towner,
 
Please find attached a response to your recent request, DECC ref 14/0255.
 
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Yours sincerely,
 
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Information and Technology Directorate I Department for Business,
Innovation & Skills I Victoria 3, 5th Floor, 1 Victoria Street, London,
SW1H 0ET I [1]www.bis.gov.uk
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