The boss of a UK oil and gas firm hit out at a report on fracking last night claiming the the paper "amounts to erroneous conclusions".
UK Onshore Oil and Gas
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.
The UK Government today unveiled a new package of support measures for shale gas developments, including the creation of a £1.6million fund.
As London Mayor, Sadiq Khan, declares his opposition to fracking within the capitol, UK Onshore Oil and Gas hits out, calling Kham’s claims ‘spurious’.
Energy sector leaders have said they are struggling to get their “single voice” heard by the public because stories about harmony don’t sell newspapers.
The Oil and Gas Authority’s chief executive has said fracking can be done safely and benefit local economies.