A researcher is asking for help with an investigation into the impacts of fracking on social health and well-being.
Investigation underway into firms accused of conflict of interest over seismic monitoring negotiations
Two related firms acting on opposite sides of the table in negotiations over access for seismic monitoring are being investigated by their professional body for alleged conflict of interest.
This round-up looks at 44 recent studies about fracking published since late March 2016. Please let us know if we’ve missed a report you think should be included. Click here to get in touch.
DrillOrDrop’s digest of the past month’s news about fracking, shale and onshore oil and gas developments in the UK and around the world. Top 10 stories: PM proposes direct payments to residents from shale wealth fund – fracking opponents say its bribery First state in Australia bans fracking […]
The prospect of fracking for shale gas in Lancashire has already had a profound effect on local people, according to new research.
Almost three quarters of Britain’s company directors support decarbonisation of energy to mitigate climate change, and even more are in favour of greater use of solar, offshore wind and wave and tidal energy, according to new research.
Support for fracking has risen slightly, according to the latest survey in ongoing government research. But the proportion who “strongly support” fracking has dropped to its lowest level.
DrillOrDrop’s digest of last month’s news about fracking, shale and onshore oil and gas developments in the UK and around the world.
Two leading academics called this afternoon for independent funding for research into community engagement and public attitudes to shale gas.
Costs of dealing with waste water from fracking could be significant and make shale exploitation uneconomic in the UK, according to leading academics.