DrillOrDrop’s checklist of what to look out for in 2022 on UK onshore oil and gas
The UK’s climate advisor has praised government plans to cut carbon emissions but called for detailed plans on how some ambitions would be achieved.
2018 was a year of firsts for fracking and the campaigns against it, with successes and setbacks on both sides of the argument.
Graphic of drilling through an idealised shale rock layer. Source: Cuadrilla Resource In the past few years, the locations of geological faults and even whole rock strata have moved as we learn more about the geology below Cuadrilla’s Lancashire fracking site.
Government shale gas planning changes a “sad blow to public engagement” – Conservative council leader
The leader of Conservative-controlled Derbyshire County Council has said government plans designed to fast-track shale gas will cut local authorities out of decisions with the biggest impact on communities.
The government will not win public support for fracking by behaving like a salesperson for the technique, a new study has concluded.
Transcripts and reports of parliamentary debates, questions and answers about fracking and onshore oil and gas for the two weeks ending 12 June 2015 Public opposition to fracking outweighs support Green MP calls on Labour to leave fossil fuels in the ground Gas versus renewables in bid to […]