Rathlin Energy is apparently no longer targeting oil at its two sites at West Newton in East Yorkshire.
A 17-year-old climate activist from Brockham in Surrey is urging local people to object to plans for 15 years of oil production plans in her village as the deadline approaches for public comments.
Rathlin Energy has given formal notice that it intends to apply for planning permission for expansion and long-term oil production at one of its sites in East Yorkshire.
Rathlin Energy has said it will reduce the daily number of tankers visiting its proposed oil production site in East Yorkshire, in response to public concerns.
The local government secretary is to be asked to decide whether an extensive environmental study is needed for expansion and production proposals at an oil site north of Hull.
The operator of the Wressle site in North Lincolnshire has announced oil flow had begun.
IGas is seeking to extend the life of two small Nottinghamshire oil sites until 2031.
Climate change activists walked in front of a tanker this morning due to collect from UKOG’s Horse Hill oil production site in Surrey.
People have until tomorrow (Monday 25 November 2019) to comment on changes to the environmental permits for the Horse Hill oil site in Surrey.
The decision on plans to expand the UK Oil and Gas exploration site at Horse Hill in Surrey has been put back again, until at least July.