As the government announces a second moratorium on fracking because of earth tremor risks, DrillOrDrop looks back at key events in the past eight years. Please let us know about any important headlines we have missed.
Summary of recent activity and expected operations at 50+ sites across the UK, including applications, decisions, company plans and licence changes.
Policing of anti-fracking protests is undermining human rights and campaigns against shale gas, according to a new report.
IGas gave details today of its shale gas plans for the next year, along with conventional drilling in a national park.
Our digest of April’s headlines about fracking, shale and onshore oil and gas developments – and reaction to them. Including: Support for shale gas falls to record low in on-going government survey Shale gas bosses gather in Scarborough to promote fracking in Yorkshire while protesters draw a symbolic line […]
Guest Post by Stephen Kingston In this guest post, Stephen Kingston, editor of the Salford Star, reports on calls for a public inquiry after the acquittal yesterday of the final three people facing charges arising from protests outside the IGas exploratory drilling site at Barton Moss.
Our digest of February’s about fracking, shale and onshore oil and gas developments – and reaction to them
Police have warned protesters outside an exploratory oil site near Gatwick airport they would be arrested if they tried to slow down vehicles delivering equipment.
Our digest of January’s headlines about fracking, shale and onshore oil and gas developments – and reaction to them, including:
In this guest post. Stephen Kingston, editor of The Salford Star, reports on the implications of the acquittal of two anti-fracking campaigners arrested for walking in front of lorries outside the IGas exploratory gas site at Barton Moss.