Cuadrilla’s Australian owner has condemned the reinstatement of the moratorium on fracking in England as a betrayal of the shale gas industry.
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Preparation for fracking at a site in a North Yorkshire village saw nitrogen oxides pollution peak to levels comparable with the morning rush hour in North Kensington, research has revealed.
You can find out here how your MP voted in Labour’s plans for a law to ban fracking.
Conservative-controlled Nottinghamshire County Council is looking at options to ensure IGas restores the Springs Road shale gas site at Misson.
Conservative-controlled East Yorkshire council has voted overwhelmingly against fracking locally in one of the first formal reactions to the government’s lifting of the moratorium in England.
Jacob Rees-Mogg rules out local referendums on fracking and says shale gas companies could canvas door-door
The business secretary has rejected local referendums as a measure of public consent for fracking.
The Australian owner of shale gas company Cuadrilla has raised $19.7m (£11.79m) in a share placing.
Ineos Upstream, the company holding the largest number of shale gas licences in England, declared a loss of £3.679m in 2021. This was up more than 60% on the loss of £2.279m the year before.
DrillOrDrop’s diary of events in autumn and winter 2022 involving the UK onshore oil and gas industry and campaigns about it.