DrillOrDrop’s checklist of what to look out for in 2023 on UK onshore oil and gas
Ministers have refused a request to overturn planning permission for expansion and long-term production at a Rathlin Energy oil and gas site in East Yorkshire.
Union Jack Oil has revealed plans for two new wells next year, as it reported its first profit.
The communities’ secretary is still considering an application for long-term oil production at West Newton-A in East Yorkshire.
A local Conservative councillor has urged the levelling up secretary, Michael Gove, to intervene in plans by Rathlin Energy for long-term oil production and more drilling at a site in East Yorkshire.
Opponents of oil production in East Yorkshire are to make a last-minute bid to hold up this morning’s decision to approve.
For a second time, opponents and supporters of plans for expansion at an oil site in East Yorkshire have put their cases to councillors.
Councillors have been urged to again refuse plans for 20 years of oil production by Rathlin Energy in East Yorkshire.
Council officials have recommended approval of major plans for production, drilling and extension at Rathlin Energy’s well site at West Newton-A.
At least 14 onshore oil and gas schemes are going through the planning system in England, DrillOrDrop research has revealed.