Everything You Need To Know About The Shale Gas Revolution
Yet ‘fracking,’ a crucial part of shale gas extraction, is considered dangerous and many fear its impact on the environment. In the EU, member states are diverging significantly in national policy responses to shale gas regulation.
Where does shale come from? How can you cash-in on the shale boom? Why is fracking so controversial? A report from UK think tank The Global Warming Policy Foundation gives us a quick breakdown of everything you need to know about shale gas market.
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Posted on December 6, 2011, in Eagle Ford Shale, Natural Gas, Oil, Saudi Arabia, Shale Gas, Shale Oil, South Texas, Unconventional and tagged Eagle Ford Shale, European Union, Hydraulic fracturing, Natural Gas, OPEC, Saudi Arabia, Shale, Shale gas, South Texas, United States. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.