Friday, 29 April 2016

Ineos still expects to frack Scotland

"INEOS said it still expects fracking to be given the go-ahead in Scotland."

"The comments come after First Minister Nicola Sturgeon openly suggesting she would permanently block plans for it."

"According to reports in The Herald, Jim Ratcliffe, the owner of INEOS said the company is supportive of the current moratorium on fracking being held by the Scottish Government."

"Ratcliffe claimed the companys position would be vindicated by new research which means fracking could be permitted from next year."

According to Ian R Crane, ex oil man and anti-fracking campaigner, "Jim Ratcliffe (Chairman of INEOS) knows fine well that the SNP will lift the Scottish Moratorium on UGE within weeks of achieving their anticipated majority in Holyrood at the Scottish Parliamentary elections this coming Thursday (7th May) ... the Scots are about to be totally FRACKED by their attachment to the mistaken belief that Nicola Sturgeon has any real intention of holding another Indie Ref ! "

In connection with his ongoing legal battle with Rathlin Energy he said that yesterday he had been: "Royally shafted in the misnamed Royal Courts of Justice!"

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