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Demographics And Shale Gas

By John Richardson

GLOBAL shale resources are large enough to cover more than a decade of oil consumption, writes the FT in this article, quoting the US Department of Energy.

And as my colleague Nigel Davis writes in this, as usual, excellent Insight …

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Multiple Energy Options In China

Source of table: The Economist

 

By John Richardson

WHEN you are an energy giant such as Shell you can afford to explore multiple avenues in an effort to profit from China’s long-term energy needs.

Thus Shell re-affirmed last week …

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China’s Shale Gas Potential

By John Richardson

THE shale-gas revolution, which, of course, is already well underway in the US, could also have major implications for petrochemicals in China.

China has 1,275 trillion cubic feet of recoverable shale-gas reserves, according to the Energy Information …

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