2021 was a year when key decision-makers, institutions and the public said no to the onshore oil and gas industry, often for the first time.
The company behind oil production at Horse Hill in Surrey has announced plans to develop geothermal energy at the site.
A government department has confirmed it has acted on a threat of legal action from the onshore shale gas industry over the moratorium on fracking.
IGas has confirmed it is part of a consortium of academics and industry to turn exhausted oil and gas wells into test sites to bury carbon dioxide and store hydrogen.
Shares in IGas rose more than a third this morning on an announcement that the company had signed a memorandum of understanding with SSE Heath Networks on the development of a geothermal district heating project in Stoke-on-Trent.
The would-be fracking company, IGas, has announced an agreement with CeraPhi Energy to develop geothermal energy projects using existing oil and gas wells.
Keep up with September 2021’s news with our digest of daily updated headlines about the business, regulation and campaigns around UK fracking, shale, and onshore oil and gas.
A former would-be fracking company has appointed a leading opponent as a director to help it go green.
This post has links to more than 70 studies, briefings and research papers on fracking and the UK onshore oil and gas industry published since 2018.
Egdon Resources reported a £4.75m loss today, along with falling production and revenues.