Newsletter 
  INSCRIPTION Inscription | ESPACE ANNONCEURS Publicité | CONTACT Contact |PLAN DU SITE Plan


Europétrole, le portail de l'industrie du pétrole
 
 accueil | actualité française | actualité internationale | recherche | interviews | focus | actualité par entreprise | actualité pétrole/gaz de schiste 
Partager :

  • Government Moratorium on Hydraulic Fracturing for shale-gas
    édité le 04/11/2019 - Plus de news de "Egdon" - Voir la fiche entreprise de "Egdon"


Government Moratorium on Hydraulic Fracturing for shale-gas
Egdon Resources plc notes the announcement by government that it will introduce a temporary moratorium on hydraulic fracturing for shale gas.

Over the last 6 years Egdon has built a significant acreage position in UK unconventional resources focused on the Gainsborough Trough in Eastern England. The results from the Springs Road-1 well drilled earlier this year, have shown the potential for a world class gas resource in this basin, with analysis indicating gas in place of 640 billion cubic feet of gas per square mile. Each basin and site is different and the Gainsborough Trough is characterised by its simple structure and limited faulting.

We note the comment made by Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) Director of Regulation Tom Wheeler who stated that “the OGA believes that further detailed geomechanical analysis would be needed before we could evaluate with confidence whether hydraulic fracturing could resume in the Fylde, or elsewhere, consistent with the Government’s policy aims”. Egdon along with the rest of the industry is fully committed to working closely with the OGA and other regulators to demonstrate that we can operate safely and in an environmentally responsible manner, and we are confident of doing so.

We also reiterate the comments of Ken Cronin, Chief Executive of UK Onshore Oil and Gas, the industry body in his response to the announcement;

Mark Abbott, Managing Director of Egdon said:

“Since shale gas exploration commenced in England we have confirmed a world-class resource. Flow testing and core sampling across Lancashire and North Nottinghamshire show that our high-quality indigenous gas can reach the surface, leaving the UK with no excuse to continue importing overseas gas that generates double the emissions and provides British workers, businesses and communities with no economic benefit.

“As the Committee on Climate Change has stated, there will be a significant need for natural gas in 2050, approximately 70% of our current consumption, to meet our future demand for hydrogen.

“The Committee also reiterated in their Net Zero report something any climate change conscious Government should pay heed to: it is essential that we do not simply offshore our emissions – and environmental responsibilities – to other countries.”

Whilst growth of our unconventional resources asset base has formed an important and successful part of Egdon’s strategy over recent years, it should be remembered that Egdon also has a broad range of conventional oil and gas assets within its diverse portfolio. We expect numerous catalysts across the conventional portfolio in the coming months, including further positive developments relating to today’s announcement of entering an exclusivity agreement with respect to a farmout of the offshore Resolution and Endeavour gas discoveries with a large internationally recognised exploration and production company.

We will now take some time to review the detail of the OGA report and the government announcement of a temporary moratorium and its implications for our business before reporting to shareholders in due course.

My immediate focus is on presenting our case to the Planning Inspector at the Public Inquiry for the Wressle oil field development which commences tomorrow (5 November 2019) in Scunthorpe and is scheduled to last up to six days.

About Egdon

Egdon Resources plc (AIM:EDR) was formed in 1997 and awarded its first licence in 1998. In 2000 Egdon gained its first operated licence and listed on the OFEX market. In 2004 Egdon listed on AIM. In January 2008 Egdon demerged its gas storage business, Portland Gas plc (now renamed Infrastrata), and again became a focused exploration and production business with conventional and unconventional resources assets in the UK.


Origine : Communiqué Egdon

Voir la fiche entreprise de "Egdon"



Les dernières news de "Egdon"

  Emploi-Pétrole
 
Rechercher une news



française internationale








 
Les dernières news internationales


>> Toute l'actualité internationale     >> RSS
 
Recherche de news par tags

abu-dhabi adnoc aker-solutions algeria alstom amec anadarko angola apache australia axens azerbaijan baker-hughes barents-sea bechtel bg-group bp brazil canada carburant cbi centrica cgg chevron china cnooc cnpc co2 commission-europeenne compressor conocophillips consommation cpdp deepwater discovery drilling e-on edf egypt emerson engie engineering eni equinor exxonmobil feed flng flowline fluor fluxys fmc foster-wheeler fpso fsru fugro gabon gas gaz gazprom gazprom-neft gdf-suez ge ghana gnl gouvernement gtt gulf-of-mexico hess ifp india indonesia inpex iraq jacobs jgc kazakhstan kbr keppel licence lng lukoil lundin maersk-drilling malaysia mcdermott mozambique natural-gas nigeria nigeria nord-stream north-sea norway novatek offshore oman omv opec pdvsa pemex petoro petrobras petrofac petronas pgnig pipeline platform qatar qatar-petroleum qatargas raffinerie refinery repsol rig riser rosneft russia rwe saipem santos saudi-aramco schlumberger seadrill shah-deniz shale-gas shell siemens sinopec socar sonangol sonatrach south-stream statoil subsea subsea-7 tap technip technipfmc total transocean tullow turbine ufip uk vallourec vessel vopak well wintershall wood-group woodside



Europétrole © 2003 - 2019