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Great News! Rathlin Energy to withdraw from Northern Ireland!

  Link to BBC website report.   Rathlin Energy have released the following statement in which they express disappointment and regrets that “the conditions needed to support the development of oil and gas potential do not currently appear to be present in Northern Ireland” …….   long may that last.   TERMINATION OF LICENCE It is […]

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Fracking poses ‘significant’ risk to humans.

A major new scientific study – by MICHAEL WARHURST on JUNE 23, 2015 of CHEM Trust –  has concluded that the controversial gas extraction technique known as fracking poses a “significant” risk to human health and British wildlife, and that an EU-wide moratorium should be implemented until widespread regulatory reform is undertaken. A response to the […]

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North coast says no!

Protect Our North Coast (PONC) public meeting votes for a ban on fracking and demands meeting with Stormont Committee.

Campaigners lobbying to protect the North Coast from fracking held a public meeting in Portballintrae last Thursday night. At a packed meeting people from across the North Coast from Ballycastle to Limavady voted overwhelmingly to stop exploratory drilling and fracking in the area or anywhere in Northern Ireland. Melanie Brown, a former policy adviser and […]

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Public meeting on 16 October in Portballintrae

Once you frack you can’t go back Get set to beat the fracking threat! Thursday 16th October at 7.30pm Portballintrae Village Hall Public meeting Following the withdrawal of the exploratory licence from Tamboran Resource Pty Ltd to drill for shale gas in Fermanagh, the spotlight has fallen back on the north coast area where Rathlin […]

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