50+ events in July 2018 about UK fracking and onshore oil and gas including: Court challenges to UKOG and Cuadrilla injunctions; Appeal hearing of campaigner convicted after climbing onto a drilling rig; Scheduled hearing in Ineos case against National Trust over access to Clumber Park; Third UK Onshore […]
Opponents of proposals to drill for oil in Lincolnshire are seeking to challenge planning permissions for sites at North Kelsey and Biscathorpe.
Residents have raised half the money they need to begin a legal challenge against the approval of shale gas drilling in the South Yorkshire village of Harthill.
The shale gas company, Ineos, has lost its case against the Scottish Government’s policy on fracking.
A tribunal has ruled today that police cannot use “national security” as a reason for refusing to release information about fracking opponents referred to a counter-terrorism programme.
Two of the UK’s leading shale gas companies have been given another four years to drill an exploration well in the Chester area to meet their commitments to the Government.
The Scottish Government created an unlawful policy to prevent fracking in Scotland, the lawyer for two gas companies told the Court of Sessions in Edinburgh today.
A lawyer for the Scottish Government has urged the Court of Sessions to dismiss a challenge by two gas companies to the moratorium on fracking.
Councillors have objected to planning applications at oil sites near Leith Hill and at Brockham in Surrey.
Friends of the Earth is taking legal action against the Environment Agency over the way it granted Cuadrilla a permit to frack in Lancashire.