More than 90 new licenses for onshore oil and gas exploration released today as ministers seek to inject fresh optimism into UK fracking industry
The government has today awarded the latest wave of fracking licenses, with 93 new licenses dished out for onshore oil and gas exploration across large swathes of the UK in its latest bid to "fast-track...
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