UKOG has announced that it has consent for long-term production from its Horse Hill site in Surrey from the Oil & Gas Authority (OGA).
Plans for an alternative access to UKOG’s proposed oil and gas site at Dunsfold in Surrey have been withdrawn.
UK Oil & Gas plc has announced it has successfully shut-off the source of formation water that entered an oil well at its Horse Hill site in Surrey.
A plan for lorry access to the Horse Hill oil site would threaten road safety and disturb local people, the Weald Action Group has complained.
Angus Energy has said it will seek a five-year extension to its oil production licence at Brockham in Surrey.
Events in January 2020 and beyond about UK fracking, onshore oil and gas and campaigning Deadline for submission of inspectors’ reports on Woodsetts and Ellesmere Port public inquiries Closing date for comments on UKOG bid to extend consents at Broadford Bridge Possible decision dates for planning applications in […]
2019 saw a Conservative government withdraw its support from fracking and introduce a moratorium on the process.
Campaigners from Extinction Rebellion took part in a demonstration in Kingston this morning before a meeting of Surrey County Council.
Residents near a proposed oil and gas exploration site in Surrey are calling for an extension to the public consultation period on the scheme.
As the dust settles on the government’s fracking U-turn, former ministerial adviser professor Peter Styles explains why definitions matter and how one part of England could be excluded from the moratorium.