Concerned Communities of Falkirk (CCoF) are pleased to share the news that INEOS have finally decided to withdraw its appeals related to their

The Scottish Government has today announced an effective ban on fracking!

This is the submission that CCoF made to the Scottish Government Consultation on Unconventional Oil and Gas, in May 2017.

The Scottish Government public consultation will run until 31st May 2017. Have your say!

Letter sent from CCoF to Glasgow University in support of Professor David Smythe.

The Broad Alliance of communities against unconventional oil and gas extraction today launches The Community Case Against Unconventional Gas.

Cluff Natural Resources Plc is currently developing their plans for the a deep offshore Underground Coal Gasification (UCG) Production Test in the Kincardine-Grangemouth area. Members of the project team are holding two public exhibitions to provide members of the local community and other interested parties with information about the project.

INEOS has today announced it has completed the deal with IGas, announced on the 10th of March, making it the UK's third largest shale gas company. In Scotland, INEOS will acquire IGas’s entire interest in PEDL 133 (the Grangemouth licence) which will give the company 100% ownership of this asset.

Scottish Energy Minister Fergus Ewing has today announced that there is to be a moratorium on granting consents for unconventional oil and gas developments in Scotland whilst further research and a public consultation is carried out. The decision comes days after the UK Government voted against a moratorium.

We, an alliance of groups from Scottish communities directly or indirectly at risk from the unconventional gas extraction industry, have come together to call on the Scottish Government to follow the example of other countries by implementing a moratorium on all forms of unconventional gas development in Scotland. The Scottish Government has the power to insist on a moratorium and can demonstrate its commitment by taking the responsible decision on the Falkirk public inquiry, to refuse permission to Dart Energy for commercial coalbed methane extraction.

On October 14 2014 IGas Energy PLC completed their acquisition of Dart Energy Limited and the acquisition was cleared by the Competition and Markets Authority on October 20 2014.

The acquisition of a 80% stake in the PEDL 162 license area from Reach Coal Seam Gas Ltd in October 2014 adds to the 51% share of the 329 sq km PEDL 133 licence area they acquired in August 2014 from BG Group.

Dart Energy's appeals relating to their Letham Moss coalbed methane plans, which were due to be determined by DPEA reporters, have been recalled by Scottish Ministers due to 'the high level of public interest in these proposals'.

IGas shareholders have backed a multi-million pound plan to acquire Dart Energy and create the largest shale gas company in the UK, and Dart Energy shareholders have now agreed to the buyout.

Falkirk Council's Planning Committee have voted in favour of Dart Energy's planning application P/14/0038/FUL to drill an exploratory borehole on land to the North East of Grangeview, Falkirk.

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