The shale gas company, Cuadrilla, was accused at the High Court today of trying to “demonise” anti-fracking protester to support its case for an injunction.
The future of an oil exploration site in West Sussex depends on the results of tests at the so-called “Gatwick Gusher” well about 20 miles away in Surrey, a company has said.
The Welsh Government is consulting on its new policy to oppose fracking and any further oil and gas exploration.
In this week’s listings Start of inquiry into Ineos plans to drill for shale gas at Marsh Lane, Derbyshire; Water Awareness Week in United Resistance anti-fracking campaign; First meeting of parliamentary group on the impacts of shale gas; Wheelies for Water and Tour de Frack bike rides; Eckington […]
A panel of judges at an internationally-recognised tribunal has concluded that governments and industry have failed in their obligations to protect the public from the impacts of fracking.
Politicians are calling for evidence on the cumulative effects of shale gas exploration and extraction.
The Conservative MP, Lee Rowley, who objected to INEOS plans in his constituency, is the chair of a new group at Westminster investigating the impact of shale gas.
Revised plans for lorry deliveries to a second proposed fracking site in Lancashire would “put even more lives at risk”, a community group said today.
Researchers meeting in Birmingham this week are to discuss a major study which aims to update evidence on the impact of fracking.
Planners at West Sussex Council have recommended granting planning permission for another 12 months at the Broadford Bridge oil exploration site near Billingshurst.