Francis Egan, CEO of fracking firm Cuadrilla, has said the UK government’s new report on climate change “smacks of creative carbon accounting”.
An SNP MP has called on the Government to "finally follow Scotland's lead and rule out fracking" across the UK.
The Government's fracking tsar has quit the post after just six months, claiming policy around the controversial process means there is "no purpose" to her job.
Lower prices for hydraulic fracturing services in North America continue to sting Houston-based Halliburton, the second largest oilfield service company in the world.
Environmental and human rights campaigners have claimed a "fantastic" victory after leading judges ruled that an injunction granted to energy giant Ineos was "too wide and insufficiently clear".
Environmental and human rights campaigners are set to find out if they have been successful in the latest round of their fight against a "draconian" injunction granted to energy giant Ineos.
Communities should have greater control over fracking, ministers have been told, amid concerns over the potential "random industrialisation" of the countryside.
The Scottish Green Party will urge the Scottish Parliament to declare a "climate emergency" in a debate at Holyrood.
The complex web of U.S. pipelines, tanks and export terminals that’s helped make America the world’s top oil producer is causing a headache for some crude buyers.
The Scottish Government has been urged to ban fracking after a legal opinion indicating it is within the power of MSPs.
Fracking has created a "real shadow across the landscape" for those communities affected by exploratory drilling, a Tory MP has warned.
Cuadrilla and Ineos decided last month that it was time to ramp up the pressure on the UK Government to relax the seismic shocks threshold for their shale gas (and oil) exploration effort onshore.
The Government's new planning guidance relating to fracking has been found to be unlawful by the High Court.
An injunction granted to energy giant Ineos has created an "impermissible severe chilling effect" on campaigners' right to protest against fracking, the Court of Appeal has heard.
Environmental and human rights campaigners will take their fight against a "draconian" injunction granted to energy giant Ineos to the Court of Appeal.
The general public feel ignored by the UK Government when it comes to the issue of fracking, a new poll has found.
Cuadrilla has lost an appeal to drill a second fracking site in Lancashire.
Rules governing tremors from fracking will not be relaxed, the Government has said, as public concern over earthquakes from the controversial process grows.
Opposition to fracking has risen with more than a third of people against the process, a Government survey suggests.
Energy giant Ineos has urged the Government to relax the "unworkable" regulations on tremors caused by fracking.
This cold New Year’s week brought news that LNG imports to the UK in December were at their highest level in more than three years, with more LNG arriving in the fourth quarter of last year than in the rest of the year combined.
One of the country's largest combined authorities will lay out plans to ban fracking in a new green strategy.
Since operations restarted in October, Cuadrilla has had to pause activity a number of times following tremors at its Preston New Road site in Lancashire, north-west England.
The Government's new planning guidance was unlawfully published without an assessment of its environmental impact, the High Court has been told.
Environmental campaigners are set to bring the latest legal challenge over fracking at the High Court.