For a second time, opponents and supporters of plans for expansion at an oil site in East Yorkshire have put their cases to councillors.
Environmental groups are asking questions about the techniques that could be used for proposed oil and gas extraction at a site in East Yorkshire.
The UK onshore oil and gas exploration firm, Hutton Energy UK Limited, was dissolved today.
Rathlin Energy has given formal notice that it intends to make a revised planning application for site expansion and long-term production in East Yorkshire.
Angus Energy has applied for planning permission to change the layout of its Saltfleetby-B gas site in Lincolnshire. The company also wants to use a larger flare.
25 years of oil and gas extraction from a site in East Yorkshire is unlikely to have significant effects on the environment, council planners have ruled.
The company behind oil production at Horse Hill in Surrey has announced plans to develop geothermal energy at the site.
The company behind rejected oil production plans in the Lincolnshire Wolds has now applied to extend the life of another site for a third time.
Rathlin Energy has given more details of revised extension and production plans at its West Newton-A oil and gas site in East Yorkshire.
Councillors on the Isle of Wight will decide later this month whether to give the go-ahead for oil exploration at Arreton.