As expected, the Scottish government has continued an indefinite moratorium on fracking and the unconventional oil and gas industry.
Opponents of fracking called today on the Scottish government to ban fracking “once and for all”.
Government proposals to relax the planning rules for shale gas sites are due to be discussed for the first time in the chamber of the House of Commons.
The government is to pay almost all the extra costs of policing protests outside Third Energy’s fracking site at Kirby Misperton in North Yorkshire.
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 […]
Ministers said last week they were doing everything they could to promote UK onshore oil and gas production. But that’s not how it looked to the industry speaking to investors at the weekend.
Fracking Week in Parliament MPs asked ministers yesterday when the Government would make decisions on fracking at Third Energy’s KM8 well in North Yorkshire and funding for policing protests outside Cuadrilla’s shale gas site near Blackpool
Our digest of August’s headlines about fracking, shale and onshore oil and gas developments – and opposition to them – in the UK and around the world.
The government will not win public support for fracking by behaving like a salesperson for the technique, a new study has concluded.
Government ministers were challenged on the impacts of fracking during questions in both the House of Commons and the Lords. The pro-fracking peer, Lord Lawson, accused Lancashire County Council of trying to block shale gas development by “turning down every single application for exploratory drilling?” The chair […]