Angus Energy’s new plans to test for oil at its Balcombe site in West Sussex have been published.
A revised planning application for an extended well test at the Balcombe oil exploration site in West Sussex is due to be submitted within a week, operator Angus Energy said today.
Angus Energy has said it intends to return to its Balcombe oil exploration site in West Sussex later this year.
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Angus Energy reported this morning it has withdrawn a planning application to test its oil well at Balcombe in West Sussex.
Shares in Angus Energy rose this morning as the company announced it had taken out a £1.4m loan with a property company.
Local authorities in England have been given new powers from tomorrow to hold meetings, including planning committees, by video or telephone conferencing.
A Balcombe resident has welcomed the report by West Sussex planners opposing Angus Energy’s proposed three-year well test in the village.
Decisions on plans for Balcombe and Broadford Bridge oil sites in West Sussex will be delayed because of the Covid-19 virus.