Planners at Nottinghamshire County Council are recommending approval of a planning application by IGas to drill for shale gas at Misson in north Nottinghamshire.
The decision on plans by IGas to drill two shale gas exploration wells at Misson in north Nottinghamshire is now likely to be delayed for another three months.
Councillors in Bassetlaw, north Nottinghamshire, have rejected the advice of officials and voted against a plan for shale gas exploration in their district. Bassetlaw’s planning committee objected, by eight to one, to an application by the IGas subsidiary Dart (East England) Ltd for a vertical exploration well at […]
People who want to comment on IGas plans to drill a shale gas exploration well near Blyth in north Nottinghamshire have an extra two weeks to take part in the public consultation.
The public consultation on plans by IGas to explore for shale gas at a second site in north Nottinghamshire is now open. Tomorrow (Saturday 4 June 2016) there is an information day about the proposals for the site at Tinker Lane, organised by the local community liaison group.
IGas has confirmed it has applied for planning permission to drill for shale gas at Tinker Lane, in Bassetlaw, north Nottinghamshire.
The Environment Agency has announced it intends to grant an environmental permit for shale gas exploration at a former cold war missile launch base in north Nottinghamshire.
As expected, IGas has announced it is preparing to submit a new planning application to explore for hydrocarbons in Bassetlaw.
IGas proposals to explore for shale gas at Misson in Bassetlaw won’t be decided until the end of July, Nottinghamshire County Council said today.
A public consultation is underway into IGas’s application for an environmental permit to drill for shale gas at a site at Misson in north Nottinghamshire. But a decision on the planning application for the scheme to drill two exploratory wells at land off Springs Road faces a delay.