The government has followed up on its manifesto commitment to examine the system of judicial review.
As predicted by several newspapers yesterday, Conservative manifesto pledges on shale gas did not make it into this morning’s Queen’s Speech.
In this week’s listings The Queen’s Speech Judicial review Don’t Frack the Dearne walk Petition hand-in Information meetings Training
Our digest of last month’s about fracking, shale and onshore oil and gas developments in the UK and around the world, including: Investigation finds multiple problems at Cuadrilla drilling sites Hunters shot geese on Cuadrilla’s wildfowl refuge Third Energy applies for planning permission to frack in Ryedale Rathlin […]
With thanks to Theyworkforyou.com we’ve included extracts about fracking and shale gas from the Queen’s Speech and the first day’s debate that followed in the House of Commons. Click here for more about parliamentary discussions on shale and fracking this week: Latest Fracking Week in Westminster Ministerial Statement on […]
7th June 2014 With help from Theyworkforyou.com, we’ve included extracts from the House of Lords debate on 5th June about proposals in the Queen’s Speech to change the trespass laws to make it easier for oil and gas companies to drill on private land without permission. Click for […]
7th June 2014 Below is a transcript of a written statement by Energy Minister, Michael Fallon, made on June 5th on the Government’s plans to change the trespass laws for onshore oil and gas companies. For more parliamentary discussion on shale gas and fracking this week, click: Latest Fracking […]
June 7th 2014 The spotlight turned onto fracking and shale gas during the last week in Westminster. The Queen’s Speech on Wednesday (June 4th) included legislation to change the trespass laws to make it easier for exploration companies to drill under private land without permission. There was a […]
4th June 2014 As expected, the government included plans in this morning’s Queen’s Speech to allow fracking companies to drill under land without permission.