Two campaigners who challenged the injunction by INEOS Shale against anti-fracking protests have vowed to continue their fight.
The advertising watchdog has upheld a complaint against the shale gas company, INEOS Upstream, over a statement it made in local newspaper supplements distributed across the East Midlands.
The Scottish Government has turned its back on jobs and manufacturing with its announcement this afternoon on banning fracking, said INEOS shale in the past few minutes. The industry body, UK Onshore Oil and Gas, said the decision was based on “dogma not evidence or geo-political reality.”
The largest shale gas exploration company in the UK was granted an interim injunction this afternoon against anti-fracking protesters.
Tributes have been paid to the climate change campaigner and supporter of shale gas, Stephen Tindale, who’s death was announced today.
Plans by INEOS for a second shale gas well in the East Midlands will not need an environmental impact assessment, according to the local council.
INEOS has published an eight-page local newspaper pull-out about fracking to “set the record straight” about shale gas.