People living around the Wressle well site near Scunthorpe have received a detailed letter from the operator, Egdon Resources, as a public inquiry into oil production plans goes into its second week.
In this week’s listing: Public meeting on INEOS drilling plans at Harthill, seven screenings of The Bentley Effect, direct action training, court hearing on resident’s challenge to reopening of Roseacre Wood public inquiry and delivery of a letter about Preston New Road protests to Lancashire’s chief constable. Plus debates, information events […]
The Communities Secretary, Sajid Javid, should not have approved Cuadrilla’s fracking plans because shale gas regulation was not good enough, the High Court heard this afternoon.
The company behind the Brockham oil well in Surrey has bought into the neighbouring licence where there are plans for exploratory drilling this year.
A further attempt was announced today to overturn ministerial decisions on fracking in Lancashire.
Resident challenges minister’s decision to reopen inquiry on Cuadrilla’s Roseacre Wood fracking plans
A man who lives 500m from Cuadrilla’s proposed shale gas site at Roseacre Wood in Lancashire has begun a legal challenge to the government.
With the decision on Cuadrilla’s shale gas plans in Lancashire just days away, villagers gathered on Saturday to show their opposition to the proposed fracking site at Roseacre Wood.
A Lancashire opponent of shale gas exploration set off this morning on a 230 mile walk to London, in his words, to “openly bribe” Theresa May not to frack his home.
Guest Post by Stephen Kingston In this guest post, Stephen Kingston, editor of the Salford Star, reports on calls for a public inquiry after the acquittal yesterday of the final three people facing charges arising from protests outside the IGas exploratory drilling site at Barton Moss.
Two opponents of Cuadrilla’s plans to frack in Lancashire have won a national award established in memory of the campaigner, Sheila McKechnie.