4 Sep 2016, Wallace Monument , Robroyston, GlasgowTo mark Don’t Frack Our Land Day, part of the Our Land Festival,...
4 Sep 2016, The Riverside, WhitworthWe are having an Information Stall at the local Rushcart Celebrations, we will...
6 Sep 2016, The Cock and Magpie, WhitworthMonthly campaign meeting to discuss strategies, events and ongoing plans
21 Sep 2016, The Organic Farm Shop, CirencesterCome along and see Groundswell Rising a fracking documentary about the grassroots movement...
22 Sep 2016, Uper Masonic hall, Bradford on AvonWe will be screening the 50 minute version of “Groundswell Rising” followed by...
Monthly Archives: April 2012
As 30% owner of UK fracker Cuadrilla, and with a seat in the heart of government, Lord John Browne is the UK’s fracking Czar. Indeed, John Browne is an extraordinarily powerful man. Notorious for his involvement in raising student tuition […]
2012 marks the 25th anniversary of the forced evacuation of a small village in Wyoming, USA following Coal Bed Methane (CBM) operations nearby. “It’s just kind of strange driving by all those empty houses and knowing what they have been […]
The release today of a second report into the earthquakes caused by Cuadrilla resources’ fracking activity in Lancashire has been met with disdain from environmental activists. The report, commissioned by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC), concludes that, […]
The leak at Total’s North Sea gas well is only one of thousands of gas wells leaking worldwide. Indeed, it’s an issue the industry tries to keep quiet – although it’s known about it for a long time. In 2000, […]
- IGas claims double previous estimate of 4.6 tcf
- Higher bound estimate for gas in place
- Actual producible gas is small fraction of this
- Probably less than a month of gas consumption
- No chance of even slowing North Sea decline
- Would require 1000’s wells to produce
- Not comparable to Polish figures
- Companies chasing investment cash with spin
Igas Energy has been increasing onshore gas operations for several years. Yet few people have heard of England’s newest fracking company because Igas is complicated: the AIM-listed company is not simply a fracker – it drills for several kinds of […]