A crowdfunded leaflet about fracking is to be reprinted after distributing 80,000 copies in a month.
The chief executive and co-founder of IGas, Andrew Austin, is stepping down from the board, the company announced this morning. It also gave details of cuts of more than 25% to its workforce and consultants.
Our digest of last month’s about fracking, shale and onshore oil and gas developments in the UK and around the world, including: Four National Parks suitable for fracking are also among the most popular and biggest tourist earners Sir Nicholas Soames says fracking in Sussex is silly but […]
INEOS is extending its interests in shale gas under an agreement announced this morning with IGas. INEOS said the deal would make it the third largest holder of onshore oil and gas licences, with access to almost ¼ m acres of potential shale gas reserves.
The petro-chemical company, Ineos, plans to drill its first exploratory well in Scotland this year and could start fracking in 2016.
Tom Crotty, director of the giant chemical company, Ineos, welcomed the moratorium on planning consents for fracking in Scotland, announced by the Scottish Government on Wednesday.
This morning a report by the Environmental Audit Committee of the House of Commons called for a moratorium on fracking because of risks to the climate and the environment. Supporters of a halt to fracking welcomed the report but reaction from the industry has been critical. Onshore Energy Services […]