British oil and gas explorer IGas’ application to flow test a gas wellsite in northwest England has been recommended for approval by the Cheshire West & Chester Council, prior to a decisive meeting on Thursday.
UK’s onshore explorer, Egdon Resources, said last Thursday it will prepare and submit a new planning application seeking consent to develop the Wressle oilfield, in northeast England, Kallanish Energy reports.
London-listed upstream company Upland Resources said Thursday it terminated its conditional farm-in agreement for 10% of the Wressle development project following a recent appeals refusal for the project’s application.
Councillors in the UK’s Fylde Borough have unanimously voted to reject the updated transport plans British oil and gas explorer, Cuadrilla, is proposing for its Roseacre Wood shale gas site, in Lancashire, northern England.
EDF Energy's new head man is talking with investment funds to support the group's follow-up to the UK’s Hinkley Point project, and has said the new nuclear power plant at Sizewell could cost 20% less than Hinkley.
The largest gas storage unit in the UK, Rough, has now gained the status of a gas producing facility, following the consent granted by the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) to operator Centrica Storage, Kallanish Energy reports.
Royal Dutch Shell said Monday it made a final investment decision to redevelop the Penguins oil and gas field in the British waters of the North Sea using a floating production, storage and offloading vessel (FPSO).
The assessment of shale gas resources in the UK is in its infancy, the country’s Oil & Gas Authority (OGA) said in 2013 when launching a report estimating resources at the Bowland shale gas play, located across the north of England, the Isle of Man and parts of North Wales and the Midlands.
UK’s independent oil and gas producer, Cuadrilla, has received the green lights to resume unfinished exploration and appraisal operations in West Sussex, and then decide whether to abandon its existing well or to submit an application for commercial production, Kallanish Energy reports.
UK’s onshore explorer INEOS Shale is ready to fight back for right to explore the oil and gas licenses it was awarded in Scotland, launching a legal challenge against the Scottish government’s decision to ban onshore unconventional development, Kallanish Energy reports.