The health risks of shale gas exploration are too great to justify it going ahead, the inquiry into Cuadrilla’s fracking plans heard today.
The Environment Agency has “washed his hands” of whether there would be available capacity for treating flowback waste from Cuadrilla’s fracking sites in Lancashire, the shale gas inquiry in Blackpool heard today.
Our digest of February’s about fracking, shale and onshore oil and gas developments – and reaction to them
A Manchester law firm is in the early stages of launching a legal case on behalf of people who say their properties have been damaged by seismic surveying in Lancashire.
In this Fracking Week in Westminster: Waste water re-injection and earthquakes The Green Investment Bank and funding for shale gas Government energy policy and fracking
The Planning Inspectorate announced today it has granted permission for monitoring and site restoration at the Grange Hill exploration site near Singleton in Lancashire. But it has refused the company’s application for costs.
In this week’s Fracking Week in Westminster: the government says community involvement in fracking planning applications remains paramount.
As the public inquiry into Cuadrilla’s fracking plans nears its half way stage, DrillOrDrop looks back at the key issues from Week 2, starting with the session for public comments. Inquiry background and links
Photographer David Burr took these pictures at today’s protest rally outside the Horse Hill exploratory oil site near Gatwick.
An anti-drilling protester locked himself on to a tanker visiting the Horse Hill exploratory oil site near Gatwick this morning.