Union Jack Oil reported today it had made about US$300,000 (£217,000) from test production at the Wressle well in North Lincolnshire.
The operator of the Horse Hill oil site in Surrey lost nearly £18m in the year to September 2020 –a more than 15-fold increase on the year before.
Two years after the UK’s strongest fracking-induced earthquake, there’s no agreement on how to manage shale gas risks, an exploration company said today.
The UK’s largest producing onshore oil producer lost more than £100m last year, according to company accounts.
Rathlin Energy, the operator of two oil and gas sites in East Yorkshire, has declared an annual loss in 2020 of £1,015,920. This was slightly smaller than the previous year.
Final consent had not yet been granted for the stimulation of the Wressle oil well in North Lincolnshire, Union Jack Oil confirmed today. But the company announced that tests on wells at two West Newton sites in East Yorkshire were expected soon.
The Horse Hill oil field in Surrey, once described by its owner as world class, was likened today to a “talented but troublesome teenager”.
IGas saw revenue drop by nearly half last year following production cuts and a falling oil price during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Egdon Resources reported a £4.75m loss today, along with falling production and revenues.
The shale gas company, Cuadrilla Resources, has described itself as “largely non-operational” following the moratorium on fracking in England.