A cross-party committee of MPs has called for flaring on UK oil and gas fields to be banned in the next two years.
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Angus Energy has come a step closer to disposing of radioactive liquids at its oil production site at Brockham in Surrey.
The oil production site on cliffs at Kimmeridge bay in Dorset has installed a flare to burn waste gas – despite being ordered three years ago to use the gas to generate electricity.
The industry regulator has approved the use of an oil well at Horse Hill in Surrey for disposal of waste water, the site’s parent company announced today.
Oil company “U-turn” on burning waste gas could lose energy for up to 3,500 homes a year, campaigners say
An oil company in Surrey is expected to get permission to dispose of waste gas that could have powered up to 3,500 homes a year, campaigners said today.
Rathlin Energy’s plans for expansion and production at its West Newton-A site have been published online.
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.
A decision on proposals to reinject wastewater at the Brockham oil site in Surrey is expected next month (September), the site operator, Angus Energy has said.
Angus Energy is “weighing up the consequences” of appealing against refusal of a well test at its Balcombe oil site. But the decision was not “foremost” in its mind, it said.