100 events in May 2017 about UK fracking and onshore oil and gas. Including tours of the film The Bentley Effect and the satire Fracked! Plus deadlines, information events and meetings. Please let us know here if you’d like us to add your events or if any details are wrong. This page will be […]
An oil company has defended its plans to drill new wells in the South Downs National Park near a source of drinking water, despite the objection of the Environment Agency.
New questions have been raised about whether drilling for oil should be allowed in an area of the South Downs that feeds a source of drinking water.
There are two more days left to comment on future planning policy for oil and gas exploration and production in West Sussex and the South Downs National Park.
People can now comment on new details of plans to produce oil for 20 years at Markwells Wood in the South Downs National Park.
West Sussex has a last chance next month to strengthen controls on the use of acid in oil and gas operations.
Conservative-led Portsmouth City Council has voted unanimously to object to 20-year plans to drill for oil in the South Downs National Park.