In this week’s update on protests about fracking and the onshore oil and gas industry: Lock-on, slow walk and lorry-surfing in protest at Third Energy’s fracking plans; Politicians visit Kirby Misperton and Preston New Road; Harvest festival and Peaceful Assembly for the world events; Fire service equipment used […]
The Fire Brigades Union has accused North Yorkshire Police of making a “nuisance call” when it requested fire service help at an anti-fracking protest at Kirby Misperton.
Police officers using specialist climbing gear removed an anti-fracking protester this afternoon from a small wooden tower outside Third Energy’s gas site at Kirby Misperton.
Researchers meeting in Birmingham this week are to discuss a major study which aims to update evidence on the impact of fracking.
In this week’s update on protests about fracking and the onshore oil and gas industry: Anti-fracking campaigners join the Take Back Manchester march; Lock-ons and lorry surfing at Kirby Misperton; Horn-honk convoy and rally at Preston New Road Farmers Against Fracking gathering at Kirby Misperton
A woman has climbed onto a lorry outside Third Energy’s fracking site at Kirby Misperton, closing the road.
Farmers were urged at a rally in North Yorkshire this morning to deny fracking companies access to their land.
First lock-on at Third Energy’s Kirby Misperton fracking site sees “Bat girls” blockade entrance for 12 hours
Four women wearing bat costumes locked themselves to containers of concrete this morning outside Third Energy’s fracking site at Kirby Misperton in North Yorkshire.
In this week’s update on protests about fracking and the onshore oil and gas industry: MPs and party leaders visit Preston New Road protests; Arrests and charges at Kirby Misperton; Pop-up protests at Third Energy suppliers.
Guest Post by Jon and Val Mager: Why the government must block fracking based on what we learned about regulation of the KM8 site
As Third Energy prepares for high volume hydraulic fracturing in North Yorkshire – the first in the UK for more than six years – campaigners Jon and Val Mager argue there are serious flaws in the regulatory regime.