A council which backed fracking nearly six years ago has adopted new planning rules that could restrict proposals for the controversial process.
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Hundreds of tonnes of climate-warming methane is being released into the atmosphere by the UK’s longest continuously producing onshore oil well, despite curbs ordered by the environmental regulator.
Researchers have discovered significant emissions of methane, the powerful and invisible greenhouse gas, at onshore oil sites across England.
The would-be fracking company, IGas, has announced an agreement with CeraPhi Energy to develop geothermal energy projects using existing oil and gas wells.
Key figures Barrels per day (bopd): 13,855Mar 2021 14,194 bopdFeb 2021 14,491 bopdJan 2021 14,794 bopd
Key figures Barrels per day (bopd): 14,194(February 2021 14,491 bopd, January 2021 14,794 bopd)
A temporary injunction against protests granted to an oil company could be made permanent within weeks – but in a radically-reduced form from the original.
‘No planning consent for importing waste water to Angus Energy’s Brockham oil site’, council confirms
Angus Energy does not have planning permission for its proposal to dispose of waste water produced at oil and gas sites across the Weald, it was confirmed today.
Rathlin Energy has revealed proposals to add six new wells at its West Newton A wellsite in Holderness and seek consent for 25-years of production. In a short statement on its website, the company said it planned to drill, test and produce from up to six new wells. […]