One of the winning companies in the most recent auction of onshore oil and gas licences is going out of business.
2021 was a year when key decision-makers, institutions and the public said no to the onshore oil and gas industry, often for the first time.
Council officials refused a request by IGas to abandon one of its wells in Lincolnshire this weekend because the rig that would have been used breached planning rules.
Enforcement at Rathlin Energy oil site not “proportionate or sustainable” despite planning breach, says council
Rathlin Energy breached planning permission at its West Newton-A site in East Yorkshire, a council official confirmed today.
Rathlin Energy is revising production plans for its West Newton-A well site in Holderness, after East Yorkshire councillors refused planning permission earlier this year.
Egdon Resources said today it was “likely” to appeal against the refusal of planning permission for drilling and production at Biscathorpe in the Lincolnshire Wolds.
Time runs out today for Ineos at a second shale gas site in England.
Three East Yorkshire councillors have asked an oil company to establish a community fund if its expansion plans are successful.
The public inquiry into plans by UKOG to explore for gas in Surrey heard today that felling in a key area of woodland is to begin within weeks, contradicting evidence from the company.
A proposed gas exploration site near the Surrey village of Dunsfold could be there for years, even though the planning application is for 36 months, a public inquiry has heard.