Tagged With Shale
YPF under assault
28 March 2012
YPF is feeling the chill in Patagonia after three provinces in southern Argentina stripped it of licences, and the rift between the firm and the Argentine government continues to grow
US shale derails Australian CBM LNG plans
15 March 2012
US LNG exporters are using cheap shale gas to undercut Australia’s coal-bed methane, threatening billions of dollars in infrastructure investment
WA gives fracking the nod
9 March 2012
Western Australia has opened the door to hydraulic fracturing (fracking), removing one of the last major barriers to further evaluating and commercialising tight- and shale-gas plays in the state
USGS report flags up Alaska’s shale potential
1 March 2012
Industry hopes rise as survey indicates state's unconventional reserves likely to be substantial
Chevron joins Vaca Muerta stampede
29 February 2012
US supermajor joins hunt for Argentine shale bounty
Colombia readies unconventional push
1 February 2012
Colombia is turning to its nascent unconventional oil and gas sector in a bid to attract new investors and sustain growth in its booming oil and gas industry
Obama hitches ride on shale bandwagon
26 January 2012
The US president placed unconventionals firmly at the centre of his ‘made in America’ energy policy – but will he back up his words with action?
Ukraine ‘must revamp gas-investment rules’
24 January 2012
Keen to boost production from its substantial domestic gas reserves, including sizeable unconventional deposits, to reduce its reliance on Russian imports, Ukraine is the subject of protracted talks with Gazprom
Bakken oil tanks full to the brim
19 January 2012
North Dakota's oil patch is booming. But surging oil and gas output has strained off-take capacity to breaking point
Talisman cuts capex, ups Eagle Ford spend
11 January 2012
In response to a bearish outlook for US natural gas prices, Talisman has slashed planned spending for 2012, but will still channel funds into unconventional plays
Further delay for Indian shale gas
4 January 2012
India’s first shale-gas auction will be delayed by at least another year
Repsol hopeful of new Argentine shale find
14 December 2011
Subsidiary YPF makes potentially similar discovery north of the Vaca Muerta
No revolution for European shale gas
8 December 2011
No shale-gas play has yet been brought into full production anywhere in Europe
Petrogas spuds in Argentina’s shale frontier
7 December 2011
Firm seeks to establish the viability of its acreage in the Vaca Muerta shale formation
New financial boost for Australian shales
5 December 2011
Mitsubishi buys 50% interest in all Buru Enengy's Canning Basin unconventionals
Fracking ban extended in New South Wales
5 December 2011
Growing political momentum to slow the development of coal-bed methane
Eagle Ford Shale takes flight
21 November 2011
Despite US natural gas prices in freefall, it’s full-steam ahead for Texas’s liquids-rich Eagle Ford play, providing an economic shot in the arm for the state
EU risks squandering its shale-gas riches
17 November 2011
For a continent on the verge of financial collapse, spending billions on gas imports is crazy when supply security sits in shales beneath its feet
3Legs hobbled by poor Polish shale tests
17 November 2011
Rapid decline in flow rate at well in Damnica licence area
Falcon swoops on Beetaloo shale
16 November 2011
Company points to successes in testing at Shenandoah-1 exploration well
The US' heady hopes and dreams for shale gas
10 November 2011
Are advancing plans for US LNG exports the next stage of the shale gas revolution, or is it a sign that these huge unconventional resources are simply uneconomic?
Efficiency gains key to dispel fracking fears
10 November 2011
Industry aims to increase production while easing environmental concerns
Repsol’s huge shale oil haul in Argentina
8 November 2011
Huge unconventional oil and gas resources and a welcome review of energy subsidies could herald a surge of much needed exploration investment in Argentina
EIU urges cautious optimism on shale
8 November 2011
Economist Intelligence Unit offers a more bearish view than the EIA on the world’s potential shale-gas resources and the chances for their development
Indian shale gas: get the policy right or fail
7 November 2011
Access to pipeline infrastructure and consistent treatment of investors are vital
USGS pegs Green River oil-shale at 1.5 trillion barrels
26 October 2011
Estimates of North American oil-shale reserves keep climbing, with the US Geological Survey (USGS) claiming Wyoming’s Green River could hold as much as 1.45 trillion barrels