Environmental campaigners are counting on protesters and senior judges to protect hard-fought rights which they say are under threat from powerful and wealthy onshore oil and gas companies.
DrillOrDrop’s round-up of the likely action on fracking and onshore oil and gas developments in 2019
Six women have won the right to appeal against an injunction on direct action protests at oil sites in Sussex and Surrey.
Injunctions sought against protests at sites operated by IGas and Angus Energy has been renewed by a High Court judge.
An injunction sought by the shale gas company, IGas, represents the “high water mark” of restrictions against protests, a challenger claimed today.
Injunctions mean that people who trespass on a UK fracking site face a bigger maximum penalty than if they committed the same offence at Buckingham Palace, the High Court was told today.
Two oil and gas companies argued today that only a High Court injunction would stop protests at drilling sites across England.
A campaigner will hear tomorrow whether the court injunction against fracking at Cuadrilla’s Preston New Road site near Blackpool will continue.
In this week’s listings High Court hearing on injunction against fracking at Preston New Road; Cuadrilla’s expected start date for fracking at Preston New Road; Let Communities Decide week of local action on government proposals to change the planning rules for shale gas; Shadow minister to visit anti-fracking […]
A Lancashire campaigner is going to court to try to stop Cuadrilla fracking near Blackpool. He says he fears the authorities have failed to protect local people from emergencies at the site.