As cyclists prepare to take part in the Prudential 100 cycle event in Surrey, opponents of oil exploration near the Leith Hill beauty spot have warned of a serious risk to riders in future.
West Sussex County Council has told the oil company, Angus Energy, that it must use the approved route into an oil exploration site at Lidsey, near Bognor Regis, after a complaint about planning breaches.
The Green Party’s MEP for south east England has called for review of guidance given to police at anti-drilling protests in Sussex.
For the first time, there appears to be a concerted campaign by investors in an oil company to support planning proposals for exploration.
Countdown to comment deadlines on INEOS shale plans – campaigners urge councils to consider fracking impacts
The public consultation on plans by INEOS Shale to explore for gas in Rotherham borough ends this week.
An eviction is underway at a protection camp at the site earmarked for Europa’s oil exploration well at Bury Hill Wood, near Leith Hill in Surrey. We’ll be updating this post with information as it comes in. The camp was established on 28 October 2016 and an eviction […]
60-tonne lorry to deliver equipment along sunken lane to drilling site near Leith Hill – traffic plan
Road closures, stop-go boards and parking suspensions are among the proposals in a long-awaited plan for routing delivery lorries weighing up to 60 tonnes to Europa’s oil exploration site near Leith Hill in Surrey. The consultation on the company’s traffic management plan closes tomorrow (Wednesday 21st June).
UKOG boss expects oil answers on Broadford Bridge in weeks but questions keep coming from local opponents
Exploration company UKOG should know within three weeks whether there is oil under a large part of the Weald.
In this week’s update: Monday morning lock-on at UKOG’s Broadford Bridge site in West Sussex Protest at Broadford Bridge as local media are shown the site Friends of the Earth visit Preston New Road Photo call at the Major Oak in Sherwood Forest
com The shale gas company, INEOS, warned anti-fracking campaigners that attempts to delay its operations would not work.