The shale gas industry was warned today it must tackle the problem of who pays for decommissioning if the operator goes out of business.
A group of six young people blocked the entrances of a seminar on the UK unconventional oil and gas industry this morning.
The shale gas company, Cuadrilla, has confirmed that its technical director, Mark Lappin, is retiring from his full-time post next week.
The Welsh Government is consulting on its new policy to oppose fracking and any further oil and gas exploration.
The acid debate – what the Environment Agency says about acidising oil and gas wells and how campaigners respond
The use of acid in oil and gas wells is dividing opinion across the country, particularly in southern England and parts of the East Midlands.
Paul Mobbs, of Mobbs’ Environmental Investigations and Research, reflects on a decade of inquiry into fracking for the first in an occasional series of long reads for the weekend.
Researchers meeting in Birmingham this week are to discuss a major study which aims to update evidence on the impact of fracking.