What’s happening this week? 30 October-5 November 2017

In this week’s listings

  1. Challenge to INEOS protest injunction by Joe Corre and Joseph Boyd;
  2. Pre-inquiry meeting on re-opened public inquiry into Cuadrilla’s appeal over Roseacre Wood site;
  3. Trial of 10 Greenpeace campaigners who took part in a protest outside Cuadrilla’s Preston New Road shale gas site;
  4. Latest findings from government’s public attitudes survey on fracking;
  5. Energy Live Expo.

With Thanks to Ruth at Drill Or Drop

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Cuadrilla’s Fracking Vehicles Took Wrong Turn 115 Times in Three Months

Vehicles making deliveries to Cuadrilla’s Preston New Road site in Lancashire have had to deviate from the agreed route over 100 times during the summer months, data obtained by DeSmog UK through freedom of information requests show.

It is not the first time Cuadrilla has forgone its planning permission to further progress at the site. In July, the company breached planning rules to bring its drill onto the site outside of agreed operating hours.

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Council confirms Angus oil production scheme at Brockham does not have planning permission

Surrey County Council is standing by its position that Angus Energy does not have planning permission for oil production from a well at its Brockham site, despite an announcement of “final go-ahead” this morning. Angus told shareholders at 7am that it had received official approval from the Oil and Gas Authority to produce from a sidetrack well, drilled in January 2017. (DrillOrDrop report).

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