February 1, 2013

Why World Shale Boom May Never Happen

Energy Burrito, OilPrice


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Given the rapid rise of the US shale gas market, it is not surprising that similar opportunities are being explored with gusto across the globe. Given the size of technically recoverable shale gas already identified, it would seem that a global boom is inevitable….or is it?

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