Proposals by Rathlin Energy for 20 years of oil production and six new wells at its West Newton-A site in East Yorkshire have been supported by council officials.
Initial plans by an oil company for a major expansion in East Yorkshire will not be disclosed to the public – even though they have apparently been seen by more than 20 officials and organisations.
Proposals for long-term oil production and six new wells at a Rathlin Energy site in East Yorkshire are due to be decided at the end of this month, it was announced today.
“Bleak” outlook for fossil fuels as study finds 60% of oil and gas must stay in the ground to meet climate targets
A majority oil and gas reserves must remain in the ground to avoid the climate crisis, analysis published today concludes.
Major plans for oil and gas production in East Yorkshire are “fundamentally flawed and should be refused”, experts said today.
Suspected damage to the target formation at Rathlin Energy’s West Newton-B site in East Yorkshire is limiting hydrocarbon flow, two of the partners said this morning.
East Yorkshire villages are to work together to oppose plans for expansion and production at an oil and gas site.
Three East Yorkshire councillors have asked an oil company to establish a community fund if its expansion plans are successful.
Detailed plans for one of the UK’s largest onshore oil production schemes in recent years have been published.
Rathlin Energy, the operator of two oil and gas sites in East Yorkshire, has declared an annual loss in 2020 of £1,015,920. This was slightly smaller than the previous year.