20 July 2010 12:30 [Source: ICIS news]
At the 19-20 July Global Shale Gas Summit in ?xml:namespace>
The summit has heard how the Polish government was hopeful there could be up to 3,000m cubic metres of shale gas and tight gas in
During a presentation at the summit, Polish oil, chemical and petrochemical group PKN Orlen confirmed its plans to use five licences in a search for shale gas, with its drilling also to start next year.
"But we're still a long way from making a business decision [on whether there is enough gas for commercial drilling]," said Orlen's Wieslaw Prugar, the head of its shale and tight gas exploration unit.
Shale gas development was pioneered in the
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