Support for fracking fell to its lowest level in the latest phase of a government survey of public attitudes, published today.
Plugging leaks in oil and gas infrastructure would significantly cut methane emissions at little or no cost, according to a major new UN report on tackling climate change. But expansion of the use of natural gas was not compatible with climate targets without “massive-scale deployment of unproven carbon […]
Key figures 60,083 tonnes72,911 m314,794 barrels of oil per day1.63% of total UK production
Shale gas companies are working with two British universities to investigate whether UK boreholes could be turned into deep science laboratories.
The definitions of fracking in the UK are limited, ambiguous and inconsistent, a new study has said.
Public concerns about fracking have shaped opinion about new technologies regarded as vital to achieving UK climate targets, a new study has revealed.
Billions of pounds remain invested in fossil fuels through local government pension funds, even though three-quarters of councils have declared a climate emergency, a new report reveals.
Support for fracking has declined over the past decade and opposition has become more deeply entrenched, a new study of public attitudes in the UK has concluded.
This post has links to more than 70 studies, briefings and research papers on fracking and the UK onshore oil and gas industry published since 2018.
A study by climate scientists says carbon capture and storage (CCS) cannot meet the urgent need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.