The DrillOrDrop team wishes all our readers a very happy Christmas.
Thank you for supporting independent journalism on DrillOrDrop.com during 2018.
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Half the 10 most viewed posts on DrillOrDrop this year were about a single company – IGas The post at number 1 reported on the company’s decision in February to abandon its coal bed methane site at Upton, near Chester. At number 6 was the report on the […]
Moderator, Paul Seaman, looks back over comments posted by DrillOrDrop readers over the past 12 months
DrillOrDrop.com wishes you a very happy Christmas and New Year. Thank you for supporting independent journalism during 2016. Between now and the New Year, we’ll be looking back over the past 12 months, beginning with our review of 2016. In 2017, we’ll continue to report on fracking, the […]
The Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust (JRRT) has awarded a grant to DrillOrDrop to report on planning decisions for fracking and conventional oil and gas planning applications.
From today Investigating Balcombe And Cuadrilla has a new look and a new name. We’ll continue to publish independent, evidence-based journalism but we’ll be widening the focus to the onshore oil and gas business throughout the UK and the campaign against it.
On Monday September 1st – to mark a year of Investigating Balcombe And Cuadrilla – we’re giving the site a new look and a new name.
Investigating Balcombe and Cuadrilla received the following offer from Constance Watson, Events Marketing Co-ordinator for Press Holdings Media Group, owners of The Daily and Sunday Telegraph and The Spectator: I’m delighted to announce our complete line-up for Spectator Events’ debate ‘Let’s Get Fracking!’ on 2nd December, and as such I would like […]