The Scottish Government has announced an immediate ban on fracking, spelling an end to industry’s bid to drill for shale gas in Scotland.
The Scottish Government is set to announce a ban on fracking, ending six years of fierce controversy.
$3 billion pipelines bringing gas to Scotland are protected by surveillance and money – and under fire as illegal and potentially lethal.
Scottish ministers have held private meetings with the fracking firm Ineos and Grangemouth executives from China five times in 13 months.
Pension funds run by ten Scottish local authorities invest more than £400 million in 23 fracking companies.
Allowing fracking in Scotland could pose “serious risks” to the health of workers, according to a new analysis.
The Ferret investigates the fears, the worries and the costs of living with fracking in Pennsylvania.
The Ineos refinery at Grangemouth has been condemned for “poor” environmental performance for the second year running.
A £450 million plan by Ineos to develop the Grangemouth petrochemical complex for fracking is facing fierce opposition.