• China’s Great Shale Ambition

China’s Great Shale Ambition

  • December 8th, 2013
China’s shale gas reserves are thought to be the world’s largest at almost double the U.S. total. Their extraction could not only bring a U.S.-style energy revolution with all the associated economic, energy security and greenhouse gas emissions reduction benefits, but also provide a solution to the deadly smog that comes from heavy use of coal in Chinese cities.
  • Report: Shale Gas – An Opportunity Europe Cannot Afford to Miss

Report: Shale Gas – An Opportunity Europe Cannot Afford to Miss

  • November 25th, 2013

Over the last ten years or so an energy revolution has taken place in North America, where hydraulic fracturing and associated unconventional gas recovery techniques have brought jobs, growth and energy security, while providing a cheap and clean local fuel to challenge the supremacy of dirty coal and as [...]

  • Innovative Technology a Match for Europe’s Shale Gas Challenges

Innovative Technology a Match for Europe’s Shale Gas Challenges

  • October 17th, 2013
It is early days for the shale gas industry, a stage when development tends to incur major environmental and social disruption. But that has not been the case with hydraulic fracturing (fracking) for shale gas recovery, despite the associated technology remaining in its infancy.
  • Overview: State of Shale Gas Development in Key Countries Outside North America

Overview: State of Shale Gas Development in Key Countries Outside North America

  • October 17th, 2013
Europe’s stagnating and resource-poor economy needs the benefits shale gas development can provide even more than the United States. Energy Transformation's Jeremy Bowden - former Asia Editor of Energy Argus and Dow Jones - has assembled an overview of the development in of shale gas in key countries outside North America.