2018 was a year of firsts for fracking and the campaigns against it, with successes and setbacks on both sides of the argument.
The exploration company, Rathlin Energy, owed nearly £34m, according to annual accounts published yesterday (7 November 2018).
Data released today suggests that UK councils have invested more than £9 billion from staff pension funds in fracking companies, despite opposition to the process.
Restoration of Wressle oil site not “commercially-viable” while new production plans are pending – Egdon
Investment by Egdon Resources in its oil site near Scunthorpe should be considered when deciding whether to extend planning permission, council planners will argue next week.
People at opposite ends of the fracking debate have received leading honours in the Queen’s birthday list, announced today.
UKOG announced today it was considering changing its status from an investment company on the AIM junior stock exchange.
Researchers meeting in Birmingham this week are to discuss a major study which aims to update evidence on the impact of fracking.