IGas declared a profit of £15.5m in 2017, after two previous years of loss.
The private equity company, Kerogen Capital, is proposing to invest US$35m in IGas, it was announced this morning. The deal depends on a restructuring of IGas’s bonds and may require approval from the Takeover Panel.
The shale company IGas has raised questions about its ability to operate as a going concern.
On Monday evening, North Yorkshire County Council’s planning committee voted by seven to four in favour of an application by Third Energy to frack its existing well at Kirby Misperton in Ryedale. We reported on the immediate reaction from supporters and opponents of the proposal. This round-up has […]
Letters seen by the Chester Standard suggest that IGas will not pay the £200,000 policing bill for the eviction of an anti-fracking camp from its coal bed methane site at Upton. In separate correspondence with a Cheshire MP the company’s chief executive, Stephen Bowler, has confirmed there are no […]
IGas declared a loss of £19.3m for the six months to the end of September, according to results published today. The figure compares with a loss of £3.8m for the same period a year ago.