Anti-fracking group takes credit for IGas retreat

By Kasia Patel
Published: Tuesday, 09 February 2016

Just weeks following the eviction of protestors from the IGas drilling site in Upton, UK, the company has announced it will not be continuing CBM exploration at Duttons Lane, leaving local Cheshire police outraged after the operation cost them £200,000.

UK group Frack Free Dee has taken responsibility for IGas Energy Plc’s decision not to progress with coal bed methane (CBM) exploration activity at its Duttons Lane and Salters Lane sites in Upton, near Chester, UK following anti-fracking protests by the group.

Late last week, IGas released a statement...

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