Tagged With Unconventionals
UK leads Europe’s shale pack with world record reserves
5 December 2013
Government backing, generous tax breaks and world-class reserves should make the UK a major unconventional gas producer
The slow rise of global unconventional shale gas
5 December 2013
The world has 7,300 trillion cf of shale to exploit. Development has been slow outside North America, but momentum is building
US energy independence tempered by oil-price volatility
8 October 2013
The EIA forecasts total US crude production will reach 13.1 million barrels per day by 2019
Service sector constraints hinder global shale prospects
1 October 2013
The growth of unconventional gas and oil production will be hindered by an undeveloped service industry, industry leaders told the annual Oil & Money conference in London
Shale takes a backseat in Brazil despite resources
20 May 2013
Despite the country having significant deposits of unconventional gas, there are no plans to tap into it
Energy price volatility is the new normal for market
17 January 2013
As water shortages, greater competition for resources and climate change tighten commodity markets, the old pricing certainties no longer apply
IEA sees North America unconventionals as global bridge
16 August 2012
Greater assurances of the safety of fracking are needed, says IEA