Events in December 2019 and beyond about UK fracking, onshore oil and gas and campaigning Appeal against contempt of court conviction Meetings about UK Oil & Gas plans to drill on the Isle of Wight Frack free group meetings in Yeovil, Nottingham, Misson and Sheffield Final Women’s Call […]
The energy secretary, Andrea Leadsom, confirmed the government’s U-turn on shale gas policy in a statement to parliament today.
After seven years of promoting fracking, Conservative ministers have withdrawn their support and blocked the prospects of a shale gas industry.
The government has no clear idea on how much it has spent supporting fracking, what the benefits would be and how much investment would be needed in future, the UK’s spending watchdog has revealed.
Support for fracking has recovered from a record low in the spring, according to results from the latest government attitudes survey. Opposition has fallen from a previous record high.
The shale gas commissioner, Natascha Engel, who resigned last night, had more than twice as many appointments with business than residents, according to government records. But we won’t know what she discussed with fracking companies because she reportedly deleted emails and meeting notes.
The shale gas commissioner, Natascha Engel has resigned after just over six months, she has told a national newspaper.