Cautious welcome by local anti-fracking campaigners
Quarry firm denies selling property to fracking company
Election candidates say issue hasn’t gone away
Well-known anti-fracking activist convicted of assault
A 58-year-old anti-fracking protester who assaulted a security guard with a placard at a proposed drilling site has been convicted of the offence.
No extension to Fracking licence
The licence granted to Fracking company Tamboran has expired today (September 30), without an extension.
‘We would ask for people to keep an open mind’ says Tamboran director
THE potential for upwards of 600 local jobs directly, and over 2400 jobs indirectly; up to 50 years of secure gas supply for Northern Ireland; and potentially cheaper energy prices.
DUP Council chairman at odds with party fracking views
A DUP councillor has come out in support of the environment minister’s decision to reject Tamboran’s proposal to drill an exploratory borehole for shale gas.
Environment Minister rejects proposals for exploratory drilling
The Environment Minister, Mark H Durkan today rejected Tamboran’s proposals for exploratory drilling in Fermanagh under permitted development rights.
Wide condemnation of petrol bomb attack on Tamboran security worker
The overnight petrol bomb attack on a Tamboran security worker in Letterbreen during the weekend has been widely condemned.
Council calls for Stormont recall to ban Fracking
Fermanagh District Council has called for an immediate recall of Stormont to ban Fracking at tonight’s monthly meeting.
Tamboran condemns petrol bomb attack on ‘site worker’ house
FRACKING company Tamboran Resources has condemned an early morning petrol bomb attack on a house of one of its ‘site workers’ over the weekend.