The Environment Agency has defended the way it approved changes to the rules governing an oil site in East Yorkshire.
Two anti-fracking campaign groups have joined forces to try to put shale gas on the agenda for the general election.
In this week’s listings: 20 meetings, protests, exhibitions and presentations. Please let us know (click here) if any of these details are incorrect or if other events should be included. Events listing for the rest of April and beyond here
DrillOrDrop’s monthly digest of news about fracking, shale and onshore oil and gas
Friends of the Earth is fighting off criticism from the shale gas company, Cuadrilla, and the advertising watchdog.
Friends of the Earth has agreed not to repeat claims it made in a leaflet about the effects of fracking.
The front page of today’s Times reports that the Advertising Standards Authority has backed complaints about an anti-fracking leaflet by Friends of the Earth.
A crowdfunded leaflet about fracking is to be reprinted after distributing 80,000 copies in a month.
Former oil engineer, Ken Wilkinson, has made several complaints about anti-fracking material to the advertising watchdog, the Advertising Standards Authority. In this Guest Post, he describes what motivates his action.