The Court of Appeal will decide whether ministers acted lawfully in agreeing $1.15 billion of financing for a liquified natural gas project in Mozambique, it was confirmed this afternoon.
Two judges have disagreed in what could be a landmark case over whether the UK government acted lawfully in approving $1.15bn financing for a liquified natural gas (LNG) project in Mozambique.
Campaigners who challenged the lawfulness of the UK government’s climate policies have lost their fight at the High Court.
The UK government has defended its decision to invest $1.15bn in a massive gas scheme in Mozambique.
This post has news updates from the eleventh day of the inquiry into IGas plans to test its well at Ellesmere Port in Cheshire.
As Third Energy prepares to start fracking in North Yorkshire, new research warns against bringing new sources of gas into production if Europe is to meet its climate targets.