Forecasting earthquakes caused by fracking is still “a scientific challenge”, the British Geological Survey (BGS) said in a report published today.
DrillOrDrop’s review of the latest UK onshore oil data for June 2022: daily onshore oil production was still at historically low levels, despite increasing oil prices.
The Australian owner of the shale gas company, Cuadrilla, spent $1.107m in the UK in 2021 (about £655,000 at current rates), even though its licences were “on hold” because of the fracking moratorium.
DrillOrDrop’s review of the latest UK onshore oil data for March 2022: daily production down below 14,000 barrels
DrillOrDrop’s review of the latest UK onshore oil data for January 2022: production down despite high prices
The operator of the Wressle oil well in North Lincolnshire has said production could reach 1,543 barrels per day.
Predictions for a single gas well in East Yorkshire suggest initial production could exceed many entire fields in the North Sea.
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The Weald-based UK Oil & Gas (UKOG) plc confirmed today its bid for three new licences in Turkey had been unsuccessful.
Work has paused on UKOG’s Turkish well after the drilling assembly became stuck.