06 March 2012 06:02 [Source: ICIS news]
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Water management will also determine the success of shale gas production overseas, said Patrick Schorn, president of Schlumberger, at a panel discussion at CERAWeek 2012.
"If we require as much water as we do today, we limit how much we can develop. Water management is extremely important," Schorn said.
Shale gas could provide new sources of chemical feedstocks.
CERAWeek lasts through Friday.
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