Guidance for Licensees – PL2/10 Tamboran Resources Pty Ltd (relevant to Infrastrata

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Guidance for Licensees – PL2/10 Tamboran Resources Pty Ltd  (relevant to Infrastrata)

PL2/10 Tamboran Resources Pty Ltd
Guidance for Licensees
The following guidance is issued by Minerals and Petroleum Branch (MAPB), DETI, to assist petroleum licensees in the planning and operation of exploration activities on their licence. Some of the guidance arises from the responses to a consultation exercise carried out by MAPB after the initial offer of the licence. It should not be considered to be exhaustive but indicates the main responsibilities of the Licensee when planning and undertaking work on their licence.

14 new off shore licenses issued in the dying days of a government

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14 new off shore licenses issued in the dying days of a government – sound familiar? ‪#‎fracking‬ 2011

As the election squabble sideshow grabs the headlines, ownership of Irish natural resources is being handed over to foreign corporations

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Rathlin Energy out of NI!!

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Comment and Press release:


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Fracking company applies for London licence

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66078_992071897485502_6413951084955603575_nBidding in the 14th Licensing round of PEDLs (Petroleum Exploration and Development Licenses) finished today and ‘pro-fracking pundit’ Nick Grealy wants to frack in London. ‘London Local Power (LLP) has applied for permission to frack three blocks of land, two of which cover an area from Harrow in the North West to near Downing Street in central London.’ Frack Off London

A new energy firm run by pro-fracking pundit Nick Grealy says it has applied for licences to frack in London. Continue reading

Breaking: Tamboran to seek two judicial reviews as their licence comes to an end

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Tamboran Resources’ Petroleum Licence has not been extended and the fracking company is to take a judicial review against Environment Minister Mark H Durkan’s decision on Belcoo quarry AND Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster’s decision not to extend their licence. Continue reading

Tamboran in Fermanagh – an overview

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Article from  Good Energies Alliance Ireland

1_chilkdrenGood news for Fermanagh (and Leitrim) 30 September

The news went out at 6pm that the Minister had terminated Tamboran’s exploration licence.  Their initial licence was for three years, during which time they were to do some works, including drilling a borehole and analysing rock samples.  In March 2014 they requested a six-month extension on this licence to allow them time to do the work (until 30th September).  In July they arrived on site in Belcoo with the intention of drilling the 1,200m borehole in the Acheson and Glover quarry, setting off an extensive protest by residents, farmers and campaigners, together with a 24-hour camp at the quarry entrance. Continue reading

Tamboran: Licence for fracking plans terminated

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bbc fermanagh

Tamboran said they are seeking a review of the decision to terminate their petroleum licence

The licence granted to a company that plans to drill for shale gas in County Fermanagh has been terminated.

Tamboran was granted a petroleum licence in 2011. It had three years to inform the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment (DETI) on its decision to drill or drop their plans. Continue reading

Prospecting licences

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Prospecting Licences

387. Deputy Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan asked the Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources if he will confirm that a prohibition on the process of hydraulic fracturing or fracking exists here; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [49177/13] Continue reading