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Cuadrilla Resources Planning Breaches & Technical Failures

Cuadrilla Resources Planning Breaches & Technical Failures

…egulatory Ambiguity] Detailed Explanations Banks/Becconsall, Lancashire 1) Cuadrilla drilled beyond agreed 90 day time limit Cuadrilla’s application 08/10/0973, approved Oct 2010 under delegated powers, included Condition 1 which required: “The drilling operations shall be completed within a period of three months from the date of their commencement” In September 2012, Lancashire County Council’s planning officer, Stuart Perigo, gave evidence in a… Continue reading

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Cuadrilla – inside the management team

…fracked more than 1500 wells. Mark Miller Mark Miller (57, USA) Director, Cuadrilla Resources; Director, Cuadrilla Resource Holdings As VP of Cuadrilla Resource Holdings, Miller appears as signatory the accounts, indicating he has a financial role within the parent company, as well as being boss of the subsiduary in Lancashire, Cuadrilla Resources. Miller has been the front face of Caudrilla Resource’s efforts. He has surprised locals with… Continue reading

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New Lancashire Threat: Cuadrilla`s Fracking Plans

New Lancashire Threat: Cuadrilla`s Fracking Plans

…d affect groundwater (injection of chemicals during hydraulic fracturing). Cuadrilla`s Plans Cuadrilla’s plans at Preston New Road involve constructing a 1.55 hectare (3.83 acre) well pad along with an associated access road, ditches, bunds and fencing, and potentially a gas pipeline connection. The total area of the surface works would be 7.34 hectares (18.14 acres). After drilling an initial vertical well through the Bowland Shale to a depth of… Continue reading

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Why does Cuadrilla own an old gas well near Elswick in Lancashire?

…a shale gas well at Preese Hall, about 3 km from Elswick-1. The reason for Cuadrilla buying the well is not particularly obvious. Cuadrilla is a small startup company with a limited amount of investment capital which it is burning though at a prodigious rate ($17 million last year alone). Cuadrilla’s main business plan is almost certainly to use its investment capital for exploration, to demonstrate that large profits can be made from shale… Continue reading

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The Great Gas Gala – Day 26 In Pictures

…et Riot Police Lining Up At Community Protection Camp In Balcombe Gates To Cuadrilla’s Fracking Site In Balcombe Blocked This Morning Gates To Cuadrilla’s Fracking Site In Balcombe Blocked This Morning Gates To Cuadrilla’s Fracking Site In Balcombe Blocked This Morning Gates To Cuadrilla’s Fracking Site In Balcombe Blocked This Morning Gates To Cuadrilla’s Fracking Site In Balcombe Blocked This Morning Gates To Cuadri… Continue reading

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Fighting Fracking In 2018: Communities Resolute, Industry Shoots Itself In Foot

Fighting Fracking In 2018: Communities Resolute, Industry Shoots Itself In Foot

…e region, if not stopped. December – PNR Fracking Tests Cut Short As Cuadrilla Assesses Options Cuadrilla Resources is in the process withdrawing large quantities of fracking equipment from its Preston New Road site in Lancashire, in order to save on rental fees while it tries to come up new strategy. Significant ongoing activity at the site will likely continue, but it does not seem it is in a position to continue hydraulic fracturing opera… Continue reading

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