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The environmental and public health case for British onshore shale gas

The arguments in favour of exploring Britain’s apparently vast shale gas resources have so far centred largely on the economic…

How political campaigning is shaping-up in the heart of British shale: Lancashire

The Fylde Coast in Lancashire. ¬†Home to agriculture and tourism – both largely seasonal occupations – and potentially shale gas…

Offshore focus in Budget 2015

Yesterday, the Chancellor delivered his last Budget of the current Parliament and it’s clear we were right to predict that…

Budget 2015 and shale gas supply chain SMEs

On Wednesday 18th March 2015, George Osborne will deliver his last Budget statement as Chancellor of the Exchequer in this…

Guest blog: Peel Gas & Oil – reaping the rewards of onshore drilling

A guest blog by Myles Kitcher, managing director at Peel Gas & Oil on the shale gas supply chain opportunities…

The Infrastructure Act 2015 and some of what it means

The Infrastructure Bill was one of the largest and most complex pieces of legislation ever to progress through the British…

The health impacts of flaring natural gas

Much is made of the potential negative health impacts for communities living close to shale gas exploration sites where flaring…

Tony Johnson: what’s your story?

So far in our “What’s your story?” series of posts, we’ve heard from OESG founder members Lee Petts, Jonathan Foster…

Fracking in National Parks

On 26 January, MPs voted down a proposal to ban fracking in the UK after the Government conceded to Labour…

How existing supply chain SMEs can help 14th round licensees

It is widely expected that an announcement will be made in the next few months concerning the award of petroleum…