Two years after the UK’s strongest fracking-induced earthquake, there’s no agreement on how to manage shale gas risks, an exploration company said today.
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The Australian mining company that owns Cuadrilla is back in profit, partly thanks to benefits from the UK tax system.
MPs have promised to monitor how quickly the government implements recommendations of the UK’s citizens’ assembly on climate change.
The UK’s Climate Assembly has said government plans for economic recovery from the coronavirus outbreak should also help achieve net zero carbon emissions.
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The UK’s biggest shale gas licence-holder declared a loss of more than £10m for 2017.
The company behind plans to frack at Kirby Misperton in North Yorkshire released its long-awaited 2016 accounts this morning, declaring a loss of £3.405m.
The industry organisation, UK Onshore Oil and Gas, has urged the Scottish government to lift the moratorium on hydraulic fracturing.
Third Energy UK Gas Limited – the company behind fracking plans at Kirby Misperton in North Yorkshire – made a loss of £3.854m in 2015.