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Summary of recent activity and expected operations at 50+ sites across the UK,  including applications, decisions, company plans and licence changes. 

The list is organised alphabetically first by country, then county or unitary authority and finally by site. (Spool down for Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.)

Please let us know if information in this post is missing, inaccurate or out-of-date. We want to make this as complete and accurate as possible. Contact here.



Bridge Trafford, A56, Warrington Road, Bridge Trafford, PEDL190


A small protest camp at Bridge Trafford was evicted on 5 September 2016 (The Chester Chronicle). The camp was established when campaigners discovered Star Energy Ltd, owned by IGas, had bought a field at Bridge Trafford for £141,000 and another field south of Warrington Road in Barrow, owned by David William Pym. Papers were served before a case at Manchester High Court brought by landowners, Andrew and Sian Walley and Bill and Barbara Williams, but backed by IGas. Costs of £5,000 were awarded against campaigners, Dr Steven Peers and Simon Stafford-Smith. Local people say geological faults underlie the sites and they are near the epicentre of an 18th century earthquake which was one of the most powerful in the UK. IGas said once the results of seismic testing were known the company would consult with local people on plans for the sites. More details

Doe Green, Farnworth Road, Penketh, Warrington WA5 2TU


No recent developments. The Environment Agency carried out a public consultation in January and February 2017 on an mining waste permit application for this site. Details It already had a permit for handling radioactive waste. IGas, the former site operator, described Doe Green as a pilot site which covers only its costs, producing enough methane to generate electricity for around 1,200 homes. IGas said it has been useful as a research and development facility for trying out different techniques.

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Picture: Frack Free Ellesmere Port

Ellesmere 1, Portside One, Portside North, Merseyton Road, Ellesmere Port, PEDL184


Cheshire West and Chester Council refused planning permission for testing the Ellesmere Port-1 well (DrillOrDrop report). IGas has said it will appeal. The well was  drilled in November–December 2014. A previous planning consent gave (09/02169/min)  allowed for two coal bed methane exploratory wells, appraisal and production for 25 years.

Elton, Ince Marshes


IGas has submitted a scoping request for drilling and fracking at the site. A previous planning permission  (09/02568/min) granted in 2010 allowed for 25 years of coal bed methane development.

Salters Lane, Picton, near Mickle Trafford, Chester, PEDL189


No update . On 5 February 2016, IGas announced it was pulling out of this site, saying it did not meet the company’s criteria for coal bed methane development. More details.

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Picture from live video

Dutton’s Lane, Upton, PEDL189


No update. IGas used bailiffs to evict a protest camp in January 2016.  Three weeks later, IGas announced on 5 February 2016 it was pulling out of this site, saying it did not meet the company’s criteria for coal bed methane development. More details. In March 2016, Tom Pickering, operations director of INEOS, told the Chester Chronicle the Upton site could be developed for shale gas, which is at greater depths than coal bed methane. INEOS farmed into IGas Cheshire licences last year.

Other sites with permissions in Cheshire

Land east of Cow Lane, Foulk Stapleford, also known as Hargrave: Planning permission (09/11902/MIN)

Dog Kennel Farm, Shocklach Hall Lane, Shocklach, Oviatt, Malpas: Planning permission (09/10639/CPO)

Lesters Lane, also known as Bretton Lane, Lower Kinnerton, Chester, PEDL147, no permissions in place

Marsh House Lane, Kings Marsh, Farndon, Chester (also known as Churton), (13/02180/EXT) PEDL188


Bramleymoor Lane, Marsh Lane, Eckington, PEDL300


On 5 February 2018, Derbyshire County Council opposed IGas plans for INEOS plans to drill and test a shale gas well. The company had already appealed against non-determination of the application by the target date. The decision is to be decided by public inquiry, due to start on 19 June 2018.  Key facts, links and timeline


California Quarry, Swanage, P1918

No update. Planning permission (PL\1546\13) granted in 2013 for an onshore-offshore exploratory oil well lapsed on 3 December 2016. Campaigners who had occupied the site since September 2016 dismantled their protection camp. Key facts, links and timeline


Crawberry Hill, Walkington Heads, PEDL183

Rathlin Energy

No update. On 1 August 2016 Rathlin Energy said it had surrendered its environmental permits for Crawberry Hill after moving equipment off the site and restoring it to agricultural land. The company decommissioned the borehole after announcing in August 2015 that it was withdrawing for technical and commercial reasons. Rathlin said it would implement a five-year aftercare programme for the site. East Riding of Yorkshire Council granted planning permission in 2012 for an appraisal borehole (12/02945/STPLF ) and in August 2014 for an extension of 24 months (14/02622/STVAR).

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West Newton A in 2014

West Newton-A, Off Fosham Road, West Newton, PEDL183

Rathlin Energy

No update. The well remains suspended after operations in 2014. East Riding of Yorkshire Council extended planning permission (15/03056/STVAR) on 26 November 2015 for another three years until 21 December 2018. At the time, Rathlin said this would allow it to drill a second well, approved in an earlier permission (12/04193/STPLF) granted in January 2013.

West Newton B, Crook Lane, West Newton, PEDL183

Rathlin Energy

No update. East Riding of Yorkshire council granted planning permission (14/04107/STPLF) in June 2015 for a 24-month temporary well site. One of the conditions was a ban on fracking. The site received an environmental permit on 1 August 2016 for drilling, testing, flaring gas and discharge of surface water run-off.



UK Oil and Gas Investments PLC

In January 2018, UKOG said it was preparing applications to carry out drilling in the first half of 2019. In January 2018, it surrendered the adjacent offshore licence P1916 after just a year.


Altcar Moss, near Formby PEDL164

Aurora Energy Resources

Aurora Resources submitted a scoping request to drill and frack two wells near the village of Great Altcar. Local people questioned the company’s statements on the likely impacts on wildlife (DrillOrDrop). Tesla Exploration carried out seismic testing for Aurora Energy Resources during July and August 2016. There have been local protests and complaints about the tests. DrillOrDrop reports here and here. On 1 July 2016, the OGA announced a two-year extension to initial term of PEDL164 to June 2018.

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Becconsall (also known as Banks), Off Bonny Barn Road, Banks, PEDL165


On 25 October 2017, Lancashire County Council turned down the latest in a run of applications for more time to restore this site near the Ribble Estuary. DrillOrDrop report. Key facts, links and timeline.

Grange Road, Singleton, PEDL165


No update. On 23 February 2016, the Planning Inspectorate announced Cuadrilla had won its appeal against the refusal by Lancashire County Council of application LCC/2014/0084 for a three-year extension of its permission to undertake seismic and pressure monitoring. Link to application. The planning inspector, Elizabeth Ord, refused the company’s application for costs. She said the council had not, as Cuadrilla claimed, acted unreasonably. Details.

Preston New Road, Little Plumpton, PEDL165


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Cuadrilla’s Preston New Road site, 10 August 2017. Photo: Ned

On 12 January 2018, three judges at the Court of Appeal dismissed challenges by Preston New Road Action Group and Gayzer Frackman to the decision by the Communities Secretary, Sajid Javid, to grant permission for this site. Cuadrilla began work on 5 January 2017 at this site. Protests got underway within hours of the company beginning work and have continued since. The first well was spudded on 17 August 2017.  Key facts, links and timeline and site photos

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Preston New Road site, 17 April 2017. Photo: Frack Free Creators: Knitting Nanas of Lancashire

Roseacre Wood, Roseacre Road, Roseacre, PEDL165


On 12 April 2017, a High Court dismissed the challenge to the decision by the Communities and Local Government Secretary, Sajid Javid, to reopen the inquiry into this site. Details Mr Javid announced on 6 October 2016 that he was minded to allow Cuadrilla’s appeal to drill, frack and test up to four wells at this site. His decision went against the recommendation of the planning inspector at a public inquiry in Blackpool in February and March 2016. Mr Javid said he was reopening the public inquiry to give Cuadrilla more chance to provide evidence on road safety.  Key facts, links and timeline


Biscathorpe-2, land off High Street, Biscathorpe, near Louth LN11 9RA PEDL253

Egdon Resources

Environment Agency announced on 12 July 2017 it had granted mining waste and radioactive substances permits. Link to permit documents Planning permission was awarded by Lincolnshire County Council on 16 March 2015, to expire on 28 February 2018. Egdon has said no fracking is planned. Link to application PL/0236/14

Keddington Wellsite, Stewton Newkin Lane, South Cockerington, Lough LN11 7EX, PEDL005

Egdon Resources 

Permit variation applied for in August 2017 (details)

Laughton, PEDL209

Egdon Resources

Egdon’s website reports that the site has been fully restored to agricultural land. On 14 March 2016, Egdon Resources announced it was abandoning this well after hydrocarbon shows were “not sufficiently encouraging to warrant testing”. (Link to statement). The well was spudded on 12 February 2016 and drilled to a depth of 1,700m. Link to application PL/0128/12

North Kelsey-1, land off Smithfield Road, North Kelsey, Brigg, PEDL 241

Egdon Resources and Union Jack Oil

Egdon’s website says the company is currently working to satisfy conditions of its planning consent for the site and expects to begin site construction in the winter of 2016-2017. The website adds that Egdon will shortly submit an application to the Environment Agency for environmental permits to allow drilling and possible testing at the site. It says the well will not be fracked for shale gas. Link to application PL/0203/14

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Wressle-1, Lodge Farm, Clapp Gate, Appleby, DN15 0DB, PEDL180

Europa, Egdon, Celtique Energie, Union Jack Oil

On 3 July 2017, North Lincolnshire Council voted for a second time against plans for 15 years of oil production. An appeal is now expected to be heard in November.  The company said it had no plans to frack at the site but wanted the option to carry out a proppant squeeze (injecting a slurry of sand and gelled water) and acidization (injecting dilute acid). Egdon also said it would submit a new planning application.  Key facts, links and timeline


Ebberston Moor Well Site, PL077

Third Energy and Moorland Energy Ltd

No update on this site. Third Energy received planning permission on 20 August 2015 to extract up to 15 million standard cubic feet of gas per day and reinject 556m3/day of waste water. It also has consent to drill a second borehole and construct an underground pipeline from the site to Knapton Generating Station. The Environment Agency approved Third Energy’s permit application on the same day. Link to application NY/2014/0275/ENV

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KM8 well, Kirby Misperton. Picture: Third Energy

KM8, Kirby Misperton, Ryedale, PL080

Third Energy

On 20 December 2016, the High Court judge, Mrs Justice Lang, upheld Third Energy’s planning permission after a judicial review by Friends of the Earth and Frack Free Ryedale. Details The groups challenged the approval North Yorkshire County Council on 23 May 2016 of the company’s application to frack the existing KM8 well (details). On 11 April 2016, The Environment Agency granted a mining waste, radioactive substances and ground activity permits. In July 2017, Third Energy submitted its hydraulic fracturing plan to the Oil and Gas Authority.  Key facts, links and timeline  Link to pictures of site development and removal of equipment

Pickering, AL6

Third Energy

on 21 February 2017, Third Energy announced the start of a workover on the well to convert it from gas production to gas production and water injection. In August 2015, the Environment Agency approved an environmental permit (EPR/BB3699EY/A001) for the reinjection of waste produced water from its gas production wells into an abandoned well at its Pickering site in North Yorkshire.  Key facts, links and timeline


Grantham Road, Radcliffe on Trent, PEDL255

Hutton Energy

No update on this site. The company says it plans to drill two 950m oil exploration boreholes on the site, known as Harlequin 3. The site has permission until 31 October 2017 (link to decision notice). The Environment Agency granted environmental waste permit CB3300KR/A001 on 21 April 2015. Planning permission, first granted in 1999, has been renewed five times but the site has never been drilled. The current permission expires on 31 October 2017. Link to latest planning application F/3102 Hutton said its plans did not involve fracking. Hutton was awarded five licences in the 14th round.


Campaigners outside the meeting at which IGas’s monitoring application was approved

Springs Road, Misson, Bassetlaw, PEDL139


On 15 November 2016, Nottinghamshire County Council’s planning committee voted by 7-4 to approve an application by IGas for two shale gas wells at this site. Link to application ES/3379  The permission came with 37 conditions, and a Section 106 legal agreement which includes a financial bond for restoring the site and an approved lorry route. The legal agreement was published on 2 June 2017 after four extensions of the deadline. Key facts, links and timeline and photos

Thieves Wood, Ravenshead, Wellbeck Estate, PEDL303


It emerged on 1 January that INEOS has been negotiating with the Forestry Commission for access to a site for a potential shale gas well. Thieves Wood is near Ravenshead, south of Mansfield.  Key facts, links and timeline

The Lings, Clipstone, PEDL307

INEOS shale 

On 16 February 2017 Friends of the Earth announced that INEOS had been negotiating with the Forestry Commission for the use of two sites for shale gas exploration. Details

Tinker Lane, Torworth, Bassetlaw, PEDL200

Dart Energy (East of England) Ltd (IGas/INEOS)

Planning permission was approved on 21 March 2017 (details). The Environment Agency awarded a mining waste permit in November 2016 (details). The company has said it does not plan to frack at this stage. A Section 106 legal agreement on the site was published on 2 June 2017. Key facts, links and timeline and site photos


Kirkleatham, PEDL068

Egdon Resources

An Egdon spokesperson told The Chronicle (7/9/2016) that the company would carry out an evaluation of the Kirkleatham gas field over the next 6-12 months to “identify opportunities to restart production by further drilling to undrained parts of the gas accumulation”. The spokesperson said planning permission was in place at the site for further drilling but operations were unlikely in the next 12 months. The Kirkleatham well was drilled in 2011 and gas pumped to the Sembcorp power plant at Wilton. But Egdon closed the well in 2012 because of problems with water levels. In 2015, Egdon increased its stake in PEDL068 by 20% to 68%.


Common Road, Harthill, PEDL304


INEOS applied in June 2017 to Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council to drill a 2,800m shale gas well on a 1.2ha site to take core samples and carry out pressure testing. The public consultation ended on 21 July 2017.  Details  Key facts, links and timeline

Woodsetts, PEDL304

On 3 August, INEOS said it would be applying for permission to drill a coring well and carry out a pressure transient test at the site. Details  Key facts, links and timeline


Barton Moss (also known as Irlam 1), PEDL193


The Environmental Permit ERA/AB3709LD/A001 for this site has been transferred from IGas to INEOS. IGas has said it has no plans to return to Barton Moss. But in May 2016, an IGas statement to shareholders said it would apply for permission to frack and flow test wells in north west England (details). The company said the results of 3D seismic surveys would determine where they were. The Barton Moss well drilled in 2013/2014 took samples of rock from coal measures and the Bowland shales.

Under new licence commitments for PEDL193, IGas must:

  • Acquire new seismic data by 30 June 2018
  • Submit a planning application to drill a well by 30 June 2020
  • Drill, hydraulically fracture and flow test a well by 30 June 2021

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Formby, PEDL164

Tesla Exploration carried out seismic testing for Aurora Energy Resources during July and August 2016. There have been local protests and complaints about the tests. DrillOrDrop reports here and here. On 1 July 2016, the OGA announced a two-year extension to initial term of PEDL164.


Albury Park Wellsite, New Road, Albury, DL004


On 13 July 2016, Surrey County Council approved plans to convert this exploration site to gas production. The site is in the Green Belt and Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. All but two county councillors accepted the advice of planning officers that it was national policy to maximise exploitation of oil and gas and that this amounted to exceptional circumstances which justified approval. More details. No news on when work is due to start.

Brockham, Feltons Farm, Old School Lane, Brockham, Surrey, RH3 7AU, PL235

Angus Energy

Angus Energy and Surrey County Council remain in dispute over whether drilling a sidetrack in January 2017 was covered by existing planning permission. The company has applied to the council for retrospective permission for equipment on the site and to the Environment Agency for a permit variation. Key facts, links and timeline.

Bury Hill Wood, (also known as Leith Hill or Holmwood), Coldharbour Lane, near Dorking, PEDL143

Europa Oil and Gas


In August 2017, Surrey County Council deferred a decision on the company’s traffic management plan. The company has made a new planning application for extra security fencing, offices and welfare accommodation but no date has been set to decide this. A camp was evicted over two days in June 2017 Key facts, links and timeline

Horse Hill-1, near Horley, PEDL 137

Horse Hill Developments Ltd (consortium including UK Oil and Gas Investments PLC)


Horse Hill. Picture: Eddie Mitchell

HHDL has applied for permission for two new wells at Horse Hill (one a side-track off HH-1). It is also seeking consent for extended well testing of the existing and new wells. Details . The Environment Agency ran a public consultation on a environmental permit variation from 23 December 2016-2 February 2017.  Key facts, links and timeline

King’s Farm, Tilburstow Hill Road, South Godstone, Bletchingley, ML021


No news on plans by IGas to extend the Bletchingley 2 and Bletchingley Central well sites for hydrocarbon production. The company received planning permission on 24 March 2016 under delegated powers for oil and gas production at this site for 15 years. Full details here


Davyhulme, PEDL193



Opponents of the IGas application outside Trafford Town Hall before a  planning meeting in October 2015

Still no news about a start date for the start of coal bed methane drilling at this site, approved by Trafford Council on 8 October 2015. Details The council extended the company’s permission at the site, next to the Davyhulme water treatment works, for 25 years. This will allow IGas to drill two exploration wells and two production boreholes and install equipment to generate electricity from any gas produced.

Under new licence commitments for PEDL193, the operator must:

  • Acquire new seismic data by 30 June 2018
  • Submit a planning application to drill a well by 30 June 2020
  • Drill, hydraulically fracture and flow test a well by 30 June 2021


Land south east of M6 jct 21, next to the Thelwall viaduct, PEDL193


No updates on this site. Planning permissions were granted on 18th November 2010 (2010/16949) and 4th February 2015 (2014/24921) for two exploratory boreholes for coal bed methane appraisal and production. Woolston and Thelwall Community Protection Camp established in April 2015. See entry for Trafford above for updates on PEDL193.




Balcombe, PEDL244


Cuadrilla drilling rig leaves the Balcombe, West Sussex, UK site

Balcombe. Picture: David Burr

Planning permission granted 9 January 2018 for flow testing for two years.  Key facts, links and timeline

Baxter’s Copse, Graffham PEDL233

UK Oil & Gas Investments and IGas

UKOG confirmed that the exploration licence covering this site lapsed on 30 June 2018. IGas plans to drill an exploration well were not pursued. Details

Broadford Bridge, Adversane Lane, near Billingshurst RH14 9EB, PEDL234


Kimmeridge Oil and Gas Ltd (UK Oil & Gas Investments)

UKOG announced flow testing was underway on 6 September 2017. The rig left for Lidsey on 7 September 2017. On 10 August 2017 the company confirmed it had drilled a sidetrack parallel to the original borehole after drilling problems. The company is exploring for Kimmeridge oil. The previous operator, Celtique Energie, was looking for gas in the Sherwood Sandstone. Opponents of operations say the planning permission granted to Celtique is not valid for UKOG’s work but the company and West Sussex County Council disagrees.  Planning permission (WSCC/052/12/WC) is extended for a year. Timeline, key details and links

Lidsey, near Bognor Regis, PL214

Angus Energy

The drilling rig arrives on 7 September 2017 after delays at Broadford Bridge. Angus Energy says drilling begins on 13 September 2017. There have been two complaints of breach of planning permission and a Section 106 legal agreement. Details. Key facts, links and timeline

Markwells Wood, near Rowlands Castle, PEDL126

UK Oil & Gas Investments PLC (UKOG)

UKOG withdrew its planning application for new wells, testing and production at this site in May 2017, 10 days before the South Downs National Park Authority had been expected to refuse it. UKOG asked for the decision to be postponed after the Environment Agency objected, along with local parish councils and Portsmouth Water.  The OGA has extended the first term of PEDL126 for a year to 30 June 2017. A meeting is scheduled between the MP, local people and the company for 29 August.  Timeline, key details and links.

Singleton oil field, A286, Cobblers Row to Middlefield, Singleton PO18 0HL PL240


The South Downs National Park Authority (SDNPA) has approved planning permission for:

On 29 September 2016, SDNPA approved SDNP/16/02802/CM for export of gas by tanker from singleton oilfield, involving: a) the installation of a compressed natural gas unit, tanker loading area and associated plant b) the export of gas by road, together with the provision of replacement site office, security office and welfare unit. Work must start within three years of the granting of permission. it must be completed by 31 December 2031 or within six months of completion of production of gas from the site, whichever is the sooner.

Storrington PL205


IGas applies for environmental permit for the site on 27 July 2017. Link to application and consultation


Northern Ireland


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Woodburn Forest-1 well, Carrickfergus, PL1/10


On June 18 2016, Infrastrata announced it was abandoning the well because the target formations were found to be water wet. The well was drilled to 2,000m and completed the company’s work programme obligations for licence PL1/10. During operations at the site the Northern Ireland Environment Agency investigated two oil spills. A resident put Mid and East Antrim Borough Council on notice of a judicial review of its decisions over the site.

Belcoo, County Fermanagh


On 17 January, local papers reported that Tamboran had left a quarry at Belcoo, which was the site of protests in 2014. A spokesperson for the company said: “As these matters are subject to live legal challenges we are unable to discuss further at this stage”. Tamboran went to the High Court in November 2014 seeking damages from the Northern Ireland Government after its exploration licence was terminated.


A moratorium on fracking applications is in place while the Scottish Government carries out a public consultation and review. The moratorium does not cover water monitoring boreholes or conventional exploration. No licences were issued in Scotland under the 14th round because oil and gas licensing is to be devolved. In October, the Scottish government imposed a moratorium on underground coal gasification.

On 1 July 2016, the OGA announced the following changes to PEDL licences in central Scotland:

  • PEDL 162 (INEOS): 2-year extension to initial term to June 2018
  • PEDL 163 (IGas): 2-year extension to second term to June 2018

Please let us know about any planning applications or permissions for onshore drilling in Scotland.


On 25 March 2016, the Welsh government extended the moratorium on planning applications for fracking to underground coal gasification (more details). No licences were issued in Wales under the 14th round because oil and gas licensing is to be devolved. Some licences have expired and others have changes to their terms.


Tyla Lane, Merthyr Mawr, Bridgend, CF32 0LT, PEDL216

Coastal Oil & Gas

No updates on this site. Permission granted in December 2014 for five years for test drilling in the Devonian shale. Environmental permit granted on 17 August 2015. The initial term of PEDL216 has been extended for two years to 20 June 2018.


Foel Fynyddau, Pontrhydyfen, Cwmafan, Port Talbot, PED215

UK Methane

Foel Fynddau Forest Pontrhydyfen Neath Port Talbot

The Coal Authority has invited expressions of interest in accessing coal for the purposes of methane extraction at Pontrhydfen. The deadline for expressions of interest is 11 September 2016 and submissions by 11 October 2016. Details 

On 20 January 2016, Natural Resources Wales granted an environmental permit to UK Methane for Foel Fynyddau. Planning permission (P2015/0031) granted by Neath Port Talbot’s planning committee on 17 March 2015. The initial term of PEDL215 has been extended for two years to 30 June 2018.

Intervalley Road, Banwen, PEDL148

UK Methane

Planning permission for an exploratory gas well (P2010/1183) expired on 19 July 2016. exploratory gas well. The second term of PEDL148 expires on 30 September 2016.


West Nash Road, Nash, PEDL157

Sonorex Oil & Gas

No updates on this site. Permission (11/1351) for a temporary oil and gas exploration site was granted in September 2012 and a waste permit on 30 June 2015. Under the planning permission, work must begin by 7 September 2017 and be completed within six months but the second term of PEDL157 expires on 30 September 2016.


Pantybrad Road, Llantrisant, PEDL220

Coastal Oil and Gas

PEDL220 expired 30 June 2016.


Bryntywod, Llangyfelach, PEDL214

UK Methane

No update on this site. Swansea Council granted planning permission for Bryntywod in December 2015 for five years for test drilling for coal bed methane.

Llys Nini Animal Centre, Penllergaer SA4 9WB, PEDL214

UK Methane

No update on this site. Planning permission (2012/1427) approved for coal bed methane test drilling on 1 February 2013 for five years.

PEDL update

On 1 July 2016, the OGA announced the initial term of PEDL214 has been extended for two years to 30 June 2018.


Five Mile Lane, Dyffryn, PEDL219

Coastal Oil & Gas

PEDL219 expired 30 June 2016.

Llancarfan, Llantrithyd, PEDL219

Coastal Oil & Gas

PEDL219 expired 30 June 2016.

Unit 1, Llandow Trading Estate, Cowbridge, PEDL217

Coastal Oil and Gas

The initial term of PEDL217 has been extended for two years until 30 June 2018. Natural Resources Wales issued environmental waste permit number RB3593HS/A001 on 15th July 2015. Planning permission approved in July 2012 after appeal for five years.


Commonwood Farm, Borras Road LL13 9TF (also known as Holt), PEDL186


PEDL186 expired 30 June 2016 and no activity is expected for the foreseeable future. PEDL185, covering parts of Wrexham, as well as Cheshire and Shropshire, has also expired 30 June 2016. The Borras and Holt Protection Camp is closing.

Last updated 21 February 2017

Please let us know if information in this post is missing, inaccurate or out-of-date. We want to make this as complete and accurate as possible. Contact here.

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