The last excavator was moved off Rathlin Energy’s Crawberry Hill drilling site in East Yorkshire this afternoon. All the cabins have now gone and a small tarmac access to the field is all that remains of the site, where a well was sunk in 2013.
The High Court in London has adjourned for a second time Rathlin Energy’s attempt to make a bankruptcy order against an anti-fracking campaigner.
The most viewed posts on DrillOrDrop in 2015 all reported on MPs and their attitudes to fracking.
Rathlin Energy, a gas exploration company working in East Yorkshire, sought a bankruptcy order this morning against a leading anti-fracking campaigner.
Councillors in East Yorkshire voted unanimously this afternoon to give Rathlin Energy another three years to operate an exploratory gas site in Holderness. But they added a condition preventing hydraulic fracturing.
Planners in East Yorkshire have said Rathlin Energy should be allowed to work at an exploratory gas site in Holderness for another three years.
The parent company of Rathlin Energy, which is exploring for gas in East Yorkshire, is selling all its assets in Canada to focus on the UK. The Calgary-based Connaught Oil & Gas Ltd has oil wells and acreage in Alberta which it has valued at $4.22m. Sayer Energy […]