In a statement issued this afternoon, Cuadrilla responded to the refusal by Lancashire County Council of its plans for Grange Hill site at Singleton.
Councillors on Lancashire County Council’s development control committee refused permission today for shale gas testing at Cuadrilla’s site at Singleton in the Fylde.
Shale gas needs a rapid makeover because to the public it has become the new nuclear, according to the head of an ongoing-survey of attitudes to fracking. Professor Sarah O’Hara, of Nottingham University, told an industry conference yesterday that the turning point, when opposition began to grow to […]
The estimated number of truck journeys to Cuadrilla’s proposed fracking sites in Lancashire assumes that less than half the flowback fluid returns to the surface, the company’s technical director said today. Andrew Quarles told an industry conference the volume of fluid that comes back up also affects whether a […]
The UK has so much onshore shale gas it would have offshore operators licking their lips, the chief operating officer of IGas told an industry conference this morning. But John Blaymires, speaking to the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, said meaningful production was unlikely before the end of the […]
The onshore oil and gas industry will be judged completely on how it works with local communities, the head of the trade body told a shale gas conference this morning.