International efforts to replace gas supplies from Russia threaten the 1.5˚C warming limit, new analysis has shown.
Esso has applied to the High Court to commit a climate activist for breaching its injunction over protests against a new aviation fuel pipeline.
Surrey County Council has granted planning permission for the storage of more than 100 tonnes of crude oil at the Horse Hill production site near Gatwick.
The regulator of oil and gas licensing has begun a consultation on how it plans to assess the financial strength of companies.
Environment Agency “washed its hands” of available waste treatment, inquiry told + other key points from Day 12
The Environment Agency has “washed his hands” of whether there would be available capacity for treating flowback waste from Cuadrilla’s fracking sites in Lancashire, the shale gas inquiry in Blackpool heard today.
The government’s policy to promote shale gas as a bridge to a low carbon future is challenged by new research from the UK Energy Research Centre, published today.