Category: Industry Tactics

Industry Tactics

Lorraine Allanson

The Lozza and Ken tag team is back!

Ever since we learned that the moratorium on fracking might be lifted we’ve been wondering when we’d have the pleasure of hearing Lorraine Allanson and Ken Wilkinson performing their shameless double act again. Listening to Tom Swarbrick on LBC yesterday we finally got to hear them both again when they...

Net Zero Watch are on shaky ground

Net Zero Watch (a retread of The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) are not usually particularly transparent, particularly when it comes to their sources of funding as we can see here: Their motives though are though quite transparent when it comes to some of their “demands”. After all, we know...

Why the seismic traffic light system must not be relaxed for UK fracking

The TLS is needed, but it is not fit for purpose and needs to be tightened up not relaxed! We last addressed this issue back in February 2019 when the fracking industry was desperately lobbying government to allow them to carry on regardless of the induced seismic activity that everyone...

More Numberwang

In yesterday’s Sunday Express an open letter from a number of the usual suspects (Brexity types turned climate change mitigation avoiders) like Tim Martin and Lance Forman claims: The United Kingdom has enough natural gas to take back control of our energy policy at least until we have developed nuclear...

Thanks, but no thanks!

Thanks, but no thanks!

That seems to have been the general response to Cuadrilla’s parent company AJ Lucas’s attempts to winkle more cash from their beleaguered investors. The results are now in and we can see that they managed to raise a gross total of Au$28.6 million from the sale of about 440 million...

Please Sir! I want some more

Please Sir! I want some more

AJ Lucas have their bowl out again and are asking their investors for more cash. Last time they did this was back in January 2018 and we reported on that at the time. The idea of the offer is pretty straightforward – you are offered a number of shares for...