The oil and gas industry must improve reporting of climate change impacts or risk losing its social licence, the regulator said today.
Billions of pounds remain invested in fossil fuels through local government pension funds, even though three-quarters of councils have declared a climate emergency, a new report reveals.
There was a real risk that Third Energy might not be able to decommission its gas wells in North Yorkshire under new owners, the High Court was told today.
Dunsfold drilling: Decision delayed again and opponents consider legal challenge as operator declares £6.9m loss
The decision on plans for two oil and gas wells near the Surrey village of Dunsfold have been postponed for the fourth time.
UKOG published half-year results this morning with details of its exploration and appraisal work in southern England. Horse Hill, Surrey UKOG said it had started construction work and site reorganisation for what it called simultaneous drilling. The programme would drill a new vertical pilot well (HH-2) and a […]
2018 was a year of firsts for fracking and the campaigns against it, with successes and setbacks on both sides of the argument.
The regulator of oil and gas licensing has begun a consultation on how it plans to assess the financial strength of companies.
Any fracking at Third Energy’s well at Kirby Misperton could have to wait until the autumn, it emerged today.
Third Energy confirmed tonight it was releasing some equipment from its fracking site at Kirby Misperton in North Yorkshire after the government required a review of the company’s finances.
IGas said this morning it was having talks with a “potential strategic investor” as it headed towards a predicted failure to meet financial obligations.