The estimated number of truck journeys to Cuadrilla’s proposed fracking sites in Lancashire assumes that less than half the flowback fluid returns to the surface, the company’s technical director said today. Andrew Quarles told an industry conference the volume of fluid that comes back up also affects whether a […]
The government had regular contact over a period of five months with Lancashire County Council about Cuadrilla’s applications to frack in the Fylde, according to a parliamentary answer published this week.
Cuadrilla confirmed in a statement this morning that the Environment Agency has granted a second set of permits for fracking in the Fylde area of Lancashire.
Lancashire County Council announced in the past few minutes it has agreed with Cuadrilla to a target date of 30th April 2015 to decide the company’s applications to frack at two sites in the Fylde.
Cuadrilla’s plans to frack for gas in the Fylde area of Lancashire come before county councillors in Preston later this morning.
Cuadrilla has asked Lancashire County Council to delay consideration of its planning applications for two exploratory drilling sites near Blackpool.
Our round-up of reaction to this morning’s recommendation by Lancashire County Council planners to reject Cuadrilla’s planning applications for fracking at two sites in the Fylde. Statements from: Cuadrilla Friends of the Earth and Greenpeace Fylde anti-fracking campaign group Industry representatives Government
At 9am Lancashire County Council released the recommendation of its planners to refuse planning permission for Cuadrilla’s two applications to drill, frack and test for shale gas. The company is seeking permission to develop exploratory shale gas sites at Roseacre Wood and Preston New Road in the Fylde. […]
The report by Lancashire County Council planners recommending refusal of planning permission for Cuadrilla’s proposed exploratory drilling sites can be seen here
Lancashire County Council planners have recommend refusal of Cuadrilla’s plans to drill, frack and test for shale gas at two sites in the Fylde. In the past few minutes the council published a 684-page report giving the following reasons for refusal: