Posts tagged Shale Gas


VIEWPOINT: Lessons Learned

In late December, the U.S. EPA issued an update on its ongoing national study to determine potential impacts of hydraulic fracturing on drinking water resources. The update didn’t offer any specifics on early results of the study, but the EPA did note that it believes natural gas has a central role to play in the energy future of the U.S.

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Frost & Sullivan: Shale Gas Will Reshape World Energy Markets

While natural gas currently holds a significant share of the energy market, newly discovered shale gas reserves around the globe are likely to promote consumption of gas as both an energy source and an affordable feedstock for a wide variety of chemicals and materials. A new study by Frost & Sullivan, titled Analysis of the Global Shale Gas Market, examines the impact of shale gas on the chemical industry and looks at the shale gas market as a whole.