Unconventional Gas: Lessons Learned from Around the World

Unconventional Gas: Lessons Learned from Around the World / Holly Morrow. Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, October 2014, 32 p. (Discussion Paper)

http://belfercenter.ksg.harvard.edu/files/Unconventional%20Gas-%20Lessons%20Learned%20from%20Around%20the%20World.pdf

Introduction :

The shale gas revolution has changed the landscape of American energy – transforming the US from a country that was building billion-dollar terminals along its coasts to import liquefied natural gas (LNG) from countries like Qatar, to one that is reconfiguring those facilities to ex­port American natural gas as LNG around the world. Production of gas from shale has soared 1,200% over the past decade. In 2000, it accounted for only 1% of US natural gas production; by 2012, it was 39%2. Many people in the American oil and gas industry will tell you that the unconventional boom is the most dramatic energy story they have witnessed in their careers. It has not only transformed the US energy picture, it has also encouraged a different perspective about the global supply picture… read more


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