April 2020 headlines – DRILL OR DROP?

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Protestors at Horse Hill well site. 26 October 2019. Photo: DrillOrDrop

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1 April 2020

UKOG injunction accused of “bullying” and “breach of right to protest”. DrillOrDrop report

April 2020 diary. DrillOrDrop’s listing of events about UK onshore oil and gas, fracking

UKOG share issue. UK Oil & Gas plc announces it has paid the final £1m payment to Tellurian Investments for its stake in the Horse Hill oil field. The payment has been made through an extra 255,102,041 shares to Tellurian. This takes the total number of shares in UKOG to 7,821,571,059.

Will the coronavirus kill the oil industry and help save the climate? The Guardian reports on analysis which argues that the fossil fuel industry is broken and in survival mode, following plunging demand for oil following the coronavirus outbreak and a savage price war.

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