The government is being urged to change the law to protect people whose property is damaged by fracking.
Environmental campaigners have dismissed Surrey County Council’s use of the term “extremism” for anti-fracking protests.
As expected, the Scottish government has continued an indefinite moratorium on fracking and the unconventional oil and gas industry.
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A ministerial statement is due later this week on Scotland’s policy on unconventional oil and gas.
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Cuadrilla has confirmed no more fracking will take place at its shale gas site in Lancashire before a planning deadline at the end of November.
A radio programme which claimed it would to set the record straight about reporting of 2013 anti-fracking protests in Balcombe has itself attracted “many complaints” about accuracy and bias.
Initial assessments of damage caused by the UK’s largest fracking-induced earth tremor were made by staff from the Cuadrilla’s headquarters, not professional surveyors or insurance experts.
Angus Energy has confirmed that it will be applying next month for consent to carry out an extended well test at the Balcombe oil site in West Sussex.