The director of FrackNation explodes the myths put about by fracktivists.
Anti-fracking activists who have descended on West Sussex claim to be speaking for the locals. The locals beg to differ.
Claims that the UK might soon be plunged into blackout are bonkers – but we really do need a future-orientated energy policy.
ESSAY: In the second part of his essay on the US economy, Phil Mullan says economic recovery will require more than a fracking bonanza.
Must-reads from the past week
When will presidential candidates and their backers give up on the crazy idea of American going solo on energy?
The key to providing for our energy needs is technological development, not sterile rows about energy sources.
As ‘Fakegate’ inconvenient truth for greens is there is no denialist conspiracy blocking climate-change action.
Climate-obsessed greens are desperate to exploit two tiny tremors to scare the UK away from exploiting shale gas.
As science writer Matt Ridley describes in a new report, we have a new, abundant source of cheap energy. What’s not to like?