Opponents of fracking have used the first anniversary of the moratorium on fracking in England to call for the shale gas industry to give up.
On the first anniversary of the moratorium on fracking, shale gas industry proposals to deal with earthquakes have been dismissed as “insufficient”.
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Ineos’s shale gas business has cut the value of its exploration assets to zero following the government moratorium on fracking in England.
Just one in ten people support fracking in the UK, according to the latest results in a quarterly government survey.
Support for fracking has recovered from a record low in the spring, according to results from the latest government attitudes survey. Opposition has fallen from a previous record high.
To shouts of “disgraceful” and “ridiculous”, Lancashire County Council voted to adjourn a debate on the regulation of earth tremors caused by fracking.
The decision on plans to expand the UK Oil and Gas exploration site at Horse Hill in Surrey has been put back again, until at least July.
Results from the latest government survey on fracking shows that public opposition has risen to its highest level so far and support dropped to a record low.
The shale gas commissioner, Natascha Engel has resigned after just over six months, she has told a national newspaper.