Opponents of Rathlin Energy’s plans for another exploratory gas wellsite in the West Newton area of East Yorkshire have been lobbying decision-makers ahead of a crucial meeting tomorrow.
Council officers are recommending approval of plans for another exploratory gas well in Holderness, East Yorkshire.
Rathlin Energy has revealed testing and drilling plans for its exploration site at Crawberry Hill near Beverley in East Yorkshire. But there are questions over whether the company can complete the work programme before its planning permission expires in October.
The Environment Agency is investigating what action to take against a Rathlin Energy exploratory drilling site in East Yorkshire as evidence emerges of more breaches of its permit conditions.
When is a frack not a frack? According to the Infrastructure Act, when it uses 999.99 cubic metres of fluid. Add one more cubic centimetre and under the new law it is a frack.
11th March 2014 Noise, lighting, traffic and the impact on the natural beauty of the High Weald are the key concerns of organisations responding to Cuadrilla’s application to flow test its oil exploration well at Balcombe. As the consultation period comes to an end, InvestigatingBalcomeAndCuadrilla.com has been analysing […]
On September 15th, the Lib Dem conference passed several motions on fracking. They were part of the party’s policy on transition to a zero carbon Britain. The motions on fracking (F10 4m and 4n) committed the party to: 4 (m) Limiting shale gas exploration until it has been shown […]