Lawyers for five opponents of oil and gas operations in southern England have applied to the High Court to strike out an interim injunction granted to UKOG against protests at its sites.
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.
A high profile injunction case at the High Court ended this afternoon (5 July 2018) but the outcome is not expected until later in the summer.
An injunction against oil drilling protests in southern England is the most expansive so far sought by the industry but is based on exaggerated and oppressive claims, the High Court heard today.
The exploration company, UK Oil and Gas, has defended its injunction which seeks to outlaw the protest tactic of slow walking.
Six women from Sussex and Surrey are going to court tomorrow to challenge an injunction seeking to outlaw protests against oil drilling near their homes.
50+ events in July 2018 about UK fracking and onshore oil and gas including: Court challenges to UKOG and Cuadrilla injunctions; Appeal hearing of campaigner convicted after climbing onto a drilling rig; Scheduled hearing in Ineos case against National Trust over access to Clumber Park; Third UK Onshore […]