Many apologies to our readers, especially those who sent in questions, but we have had to cancel the planned question and answer session with Josh Fox due to a misunderstanding over publication terms and conditions. Read more
Apologies to our loyal Energy Source readers, but we’ve had to delay the Q&A session with Josh Fox. We will post an update on Monday, soon after which (fingers crossed) we will publish the entire session. Read more
Many thanks for all your questions for James Cameron, vice chairman of Climate Change Capital. His answers will appear on this site on Friday, January 28th.
Next week, the person in the hotseat will be Josh Fox, the Oscar-nominated director of the film, the entire natural gas world is talking about: Gasland. Read more
Gasland, the environmental documentary about the effects of shale gas extraction, has been nominated for a “best documentary” Oscar. Read more
Last night, Gasland, the film that has stoked an intense debate about the ethics of the shale gas boom in the US, premiered here in the UK.
It couldn’t have been better timed – Cuadrilla is due to begin more drilling at its shale gas site near Blackpool later this month. And the Tyndall Centre, in conjunction with the Co-op, helped get the debate moving on this side of the Atlantic with a report calling for a halt to all such drilling while the risk is properly assessed.
But what of the film itself? Read more
Yesterday’s decision by the Obama administration to put a moratorium on drilling in the eastern Gulf of Mexico further intensifies the current debate about hydraulic fracturing, the process by which much of the unconventional gas is being exploited in the US. Read more