Government approval of $1.15bn financing for a liquified natural gas project in Mozambique will be challenged at the Court of Appeal this morning (Tuesday 5 December 2022).
An influential group of MPs has accused the government of having no clear plan for funding the transition to net zero emissions by 2050.
Keep up to date with March 2022’s news with our digest of daily updated headlines about the business, regulation and campaigns around UK fracking, shale, and onshore oil and gas.
Third Energy has received a grant of £50,250 to assess the feasibility of using geothermal energy from its former gas wells to power heat networks in the Ryedale area of North Yorkshire.
A legal challenge to the decision by the UK government to approve $1.15bn funding for a liquified natural gas (LNG) project in Mozambique began at the High Court in London today.
Talks focussed on energy at the fifth day of the COP26 climate talks in Glasgow. The COP president says “the end of coal is in sight” and there’s a commitment by some countries to end public funding for unabated fossil fuels.
A major cut in investment in the shale gas company, Cuadrilla, is likely in the coming months, its owner has predicted.
The Irish government has announced it is withdrawing support for a gas import terminal at Shannon on the south west coast.
Cuadrilla’s Australian investor has said it continues to give the shale gas company its “full support” in the face of a moratorium on fracking announced two days ago.
Councillors in Lancashire are to ask the Home Secretary to pay for policing at anti-fracking protests from central government funding.