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…3 photos). Day 59 (Fri 24th Jan) Of Community Fracking Blockade In Barton Moss People blocking fracking trucks outside IGas’s site at Barton Moss, Salford (Click To Enlarge) Fifty-ninth day of the community blockade of IGas’s site at Barton Moss, and IGas is continuing to try to get equipment onto the site so that they can starting drilling. The community is trying to stop them. Come down and support the community in Salford fighting…
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…but IGas now intends to drill a much deeper well. This will pass through the coal, at a depth of about 4,500 feet, and continue down through the Bowland Shale to a total depth of about 10,000 feet. This is intended to allow IGas to test for both Shale Gas and CBM with one well. Up until now IGas have mainly been concentrating on one unconventional gas technology (CBM), having drilled a small number of CBM wells near Warrington. However since…
…can be connected to a pipeline and the gas sold) in the first half of 2012. Meanwhile Igas is also an established onshore oil producer, producing a total of 2600 barrels a day from more than 100 wells nationwide. Since 2008 Igas has made two acquistions – the first, of Nexen Energy – gave Igas access to 5 new CBM PEDL licenses in the north of England (previously they had one). Then Igas acquired Star Energy, gaining oilfields in Hampshire and…
…ins everything without regard for whether it is economic to extract. It should be noted that the motive behind this announcement by IGas appears to be tout for money/expertise to explore for shale gas in their license areas (IGas is primarily focus on Coal Bed Methane). IGas therefore have considerable interest in painting as rosey picture as possible. This is a general trend in an industry, where almost all their money is coming from investors…
…e RSPB with legal action. Dart’s final fling is foreshadowed by the outcome of the planning inquiry for the Airth project and their impending takeover by IGas, one of the largest fracking companies operating in the UK. IGas IGas will inherit the outcome of the planning inquiry and everything Dart owns including PEDL 133 and three other large licence blocks in Scotland (PEDL 163 & 161 in Fife and PEDL 159 in Dumfries & Galloway)….