• UK Environment Agency Grants Drill Permit For Fracking Wells In Doncaster

    • Date: 18/06/16
    • Doncaster Free Press

    The controversial prospect of fracking taking place in a Doncaster village has moved closer, after an energy company was granted mining permits for its exploratory wells. British onshore oil and gas explorer and producer IGas has submitted a planning application, requesting permission to carry out ‘exploratory’ digging in the Springs Road area of Misson Springs. […]

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  • Trade Union Hits Out At Labour’s ‘Student Pub Politics’ Against Fracking

    • Date: 16/06/16
    • Daniel Sanderson, The Herald

    ONE of Scottish Labour’s biggest backers has told the party to “get real” over fracking and likened contribution of its MSPs at Holyrood over the issue to “a student politics pub debate”. Trade Union GMB Scotland said that abandoning a “balanced energy strategy” would mean importing more gas from questionable regimes who have no regard […]

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  • Rodney Leach, Baron Leach of Fairford (1934 – 2016)

    • Date: 14/06/16
    • GWPF & Hansard

    Rodney Leach (Lord Leach of Fairford), who has died aged 82, was a conservative member of the House of Lords, a vehement critic of global warming alarmism and a supporter of the GWPF. In his memory we re-publish his 2009 House of Lords speech on the UK’s Climate Change Act and climate policy. Rodney Leach, Baron Leach of Fairford […]

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  • Britain Told To Brace Itself For Power Shortages

    • Date: 13/06/16
    • Kiran Stacey, Financial Times

    Britain should brace itself for a winter of tight electricity supplies that will force National Grid to use its last-resort measures and push wholesale prices up, according to a new analysis. Figures from Enappsys, which monitors wholesale electricity market data, show the grid will have an even more difficult job keeping the lights on than […]

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  • UK Courts To Decide Whether Fracking Permission Is Legal

    • Date: 10/06/16
    • Victoria Prest, The York Press

    Fracking in North Yorkshire is facing a legal challenge, less than a month after a controversial council decision to allow the process to start. Campaigners are writing to North Yorkshire County Council (NYCC) about the decision its planning committee took in mid May, allowing Third Energy to start extracting shale gas at Kirby Misperton. Both […]

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  • GMB Union: Green Energy Arrogance ‘Not Acceptable’

    • Date: 07/06/16
    • GMB Union

    There were over 1 ½ months of low wind days since June 2015 when wind was supplying 10% or less of the installed and connected wind capacity to the grid. When your electricity supply has “Gone with the Wind” the response of the renewable energy suppliers that “frankly my dear we don’t give a damn” […]

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  • IGas chief: UK Shale Gas ‘Viable’ If It Can Match US Flow Rates

    • Date: 06/06/16
    • Tom Grimwood, Utility Week

    Shale gas produced in the UK using hydraulic fracturing should be commercially viable if wells can match the typical flow rates achieved at fields in the US, a senior figure at IGas has told Utility Week. Asked whether shale gas could make a significant contribution to the UK’s energy mix if the geological formations in […]

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  • Windfarms Chief Admits England Is Not Windy Enough For More Turbines

    • Date: 06/06/16
    • Liz Hull, Daily Mail

    ENGLAND is simply not windy enough to justify more onshore wind turbines, the head of the industry’s trade body admitted yesterday. Hugh McNeal, the chief executive of RenewableUK, said that – while there was still a case for more onshore farms elsewhere in the UK – wind speeds in England were just not strong enough […]

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