Residents organising led to activist retreat in Ryedale

National activists are leaving their Kirby Misperton Protest Camp after village residents got organised.

 

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Hydrogen Sulphide attack on Third Energy stinks

There’s something smelly about campaigners’ attacks on Third Energy over Hydrogen Sulphide

 

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Russia doesn’t just want to sell us gas, it wants to bomb our imports

It may sound fanciful, but it’s a clear and present danger: Russia wants to weaken us by cutting off our access to European gas and electricity.

 

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Fracking - what’s in it for me?

Residents living close to a Lancashire fracking site have had this answered for them recently. Cash, and not much disruption. 

 

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Anti-frackers open can of worms for biomethane industry

Whoopsie-daisy. Frack Free Ryedale and the disgraced law firm Leigh Day (one of those involved in bringing false claims against British soldiers that had served in Iraq) have just opened a can of worms for the biomethane industry.

 

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Russian LNG affair highlights how vulnerable we are to fluctuating market forces

The fact that a cargo of Russian gas can be traded-on when it was intended to prop-up our supplies highlights the problem with growing reliance on Liquefied Natural Gas. 

 

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Beware more anti-fracking sleight-of-hand in 2018

Over the years, we’ve noticed that opponents of fracking have become adept at misdirection. Beware their sleight-of-hand.

 

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UK shale gas jobs and spend mapped for the first time

Using previously published research, we've mapped the potential distribution of shale gas jobs and spend across the UK

 

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Environment Agency scotches false flooding claims

Responding to a Freedom of Information request made by anti-fracking activists, the Environment Agency has moved to dismiss a number of claims made about the fracking operations underway at Cuadrilla's Preston New Road site.

 

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Backing fracking to reduce excess winter deaths

New figures released by the ONS recently show that over the winter of 2016-17 there were 31,800 excess winter deaths among the over 65s from cold-related illness

 

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