A High Court judge ruled this morning that the government does not have to carry out a new public consultation on its planning policy on fracking.
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.
Britain’s biggest shale gas company told officials it needed more time to carry out agreed work on a drilling licence in Greater Manchester.
The government appears to be standing firm against industry pressure for a review of the regulations on earth tremors caused by fracking.
As Sir Jim Ratcliffe unveiled the new cycling kit for Team Ineos in advance of tomorrow’s Tour de Yorkshire, campaigners were making their final preparations to demonstrate that his fracking company was not welcome in the county. Local anti-fracking groups had originally ordered 10,000 Jim Ratcliffe masks to […]
Events in May 2019 and beyond about UK fracking, onshore oil and gas and campaigning.
The shale gas commissioner, Natascha Engel has resigned after just over six months, she has told a national newspaper.
Opponents of fracking called today on the Scottish government to ban fracking “once and for all”.
As Ineos prepares to launch its sponsorship of Britain’s leading cycling team at next week’s Tour de Yorkshire, an opponent of the company’s fracking plans reports on his own ride through the region’s shale gas licences.
Anti-fracking campaigners have accused Cuadrilla of leaving local people “in the dark” as more equipment was removed off the company’s Preston New Road site this week.