Campaigners opposed to drilling in the Surrey Hills said the chance of finding oil at a site near Leith Hill was small and any oil that was recovered was likely to be nationally insignificant.
A planning expert told a public inquiry into plans to drill for oil near Leith Hill in Surrey there was no compelling need for the development.
It would take 25 years to restore an exploratory oil site in the Surrey Hills after it was abandoned, a public inquiry heard this afternoon.
A nature conservationist described the campaign against oil drilling near Leith Hill in Surrey as a David and Goliath battle.
IGas is publicising plans today to start producing oil and gas from one of its exploration sites in Surrey. The company is holding an information meeting about its plans to extend part of the Bletchingley oil field, east of Redhill, and to convert the wells from appraisal to […]