Events in August 2019 and beyond about UK fracking, onshore oil and gas and campaigning
The decisions on appeals on the IGas site at Ellesmere Port in Cheshire and Ineos plans for Woodsetts are likely to be more than six months away, it emerged today.
Oil and gas companies have been given more time to carry out work in 10 English licence areas.
People who want to comment on plans by Angus Energy to produce oil round-the-clock at its Lidsey site in West Sussex have just over a week until a deadline set by planners.
Chapter closes on Cuadrilla’s early fracking plans – shale gas site returned to farmland nearly seven years after original deadline
Cuadrilla announced yesterday that it had restored its shale gas site at Grange Road, Singleton, in the Fylde region of Lancashire. The work to return the site to farmland was completed two months before the deadline set by a planning inspector – but it was almost seven years […]
Cuadrilla predicts the first high volume hydraulic fracture in the UK since 2011 will happen at its site this month. Discussion continues on the government’s consultation on changes to the planning system for shale gas developments, which also ends in October.
In this week’s listings First full meeting of community liaison group for Angus Energy site at Balcombe; “Tour de Frackshire” bike ride around shale gas sites in East Midlands and South Yorkshire; Lobbying workshop on climate change; Deadline for comments for interested parties in Ellesmere Port planning inquiry […]