More than 1,000 people have written to the Department of the Economy in the North to oppose the granting of a licence for fracking in the Fermanagh Lakelands.
THE movers and shakers of our fledgling oil industry are small by any standards.
Two firms seeking to begin fracking in Ireland to release natural gas trapped in shale have confirmed initial positive results.
Around 100 people are estimated to have turned out for the first all-Ireland meeting of anti-fracking campaigners in Enniskillen.
The first all-Ireland meeting of anti-fracking campaigners takes place in Enniskillen at 1pm this afternoon.
The first national meeting of anti-fracking activists will take place this weekend, in the wake of a prediction by an Australian exploration firm that there is 40 years’ worth of gas in the North-West.
Environmentalists and locals are raising their concerns about plans to develop gas fields in Leitrim and Fermanagh.
A Canadian energy company has said it has made a gas discovery in the West of Ireland capable of meeting the country’s energy needs for the next 40 years.
Environmental advisers have been called in to brief Government on the impact of the controversial method of gas extraction known as "fracking".
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