The risk of earthquakes from well operations such as acidisation, water reinjection and pressure release should be controlled in the same way as fracking, a parliamentary meeting heard today.
Government proposals designed to speed-up fracking decisions are unclear, inappropriate and unjustified, a group of planning experts have said.
In this week’s listings Meeting of parliamentary group on impacts of shale gas; The Big Green Britain Chat at Womad Festival; Bike ride between existing and proposed Lancashire fracking sites; Web workshop; Public meeting on Surrey earthquakes and local oil industry; Plus training, fundraisers, gatherings and meetings. Diary […]
A new parliamentary group has called for evidence on how fracking could affect former coal mining areas.
In this week’s listings Start of inquiry into Ineos plans to drill for shale gas at Marsh Lane, Derbyshire; Water Awareness Week in United Resistance anti-fracking campaign; First meeting of parliamentary group on the impacts of shale gas; Wheelies for Water and Tour de Frack bike rides; Eckington […]
50+ events in June 2018 about UK fracking and onshore oil and gas including: Public inquiry into Ineos shale gas plans at Marsh Lane, Derbyshire; Block Around the Clock rally and blockade at Preston New Road; Deadline for comments on Balcombe environment permit and for participation in Clumber […]
Politicians are calling for evidence on the cumulative effects of shale gas exploration and extraction.