Shale Gas | Egypt Oil & Gas - Part 2

UK Legalizes Fracking for Shale Gas Extraction

The UK MPs have voted to legalize fracking for extraction of shale gas trapped in underground shale rocks some 1,200m below national parks to offset declining North Sea oil and gas output.

Indonesia Announces Bids for New Shale Gas Blocks

Indonesia is forging ahead with its strategy of developing unconventional sources of oil and gas, announcing bids for three new shale gas blocks, according to information issued by the ministry of energy and mines.

Apache Finalizes Studies on Obayyed Shale Gas Reserves

Apache has completed the necessary studies to research and explore shale gas in the Obayyed field in the Western Desert for the first time in Egypt, reported Egypt Daily News.

Shell, EGPC in Talks About Al-Abyad Shale Gas Price

Royal Dutch Shell and the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC) are in discussions over the price of shale gas that will be produced in the Al-Abyad area for the first time in Egypt.

US Pushes Pakistan on Shale Gas Extraction

Politics over energy supplies and trade is increasingly influencing relations between nations around the world and Pakistan is no exception.

First Shale Gas Production in Egypt

In February 2016, Egypt will witness its first shale gas production on the hands of Royal Dutch Shell and American Apache.

The Shale Boom Is Over For Now

The meteoric rise in U.S. oil production has ended, easing a global glut and driving a rebound in crude prices from below $50 a barrel, according to crude trader and hedge fund manager Andrew J. Hall.

Saudi Company to Use American Shale Gas in UK PetroChem Plant

Saudi Basic Industries Corp 2010.SE has signed a deal to use shale gas from the United States at its Teesside petrochemical plant in Britain,

China’s Cnooc Postpones Shale Project

China National Offshore Oil Corp (Cnooc) has decided to shelve its shale gas project in Anhui province in the latest sign that the shale gas revolution that transformed the US energy industry is unlikely to replicate ...

Haynesville Shale Gas Makes a Comback After Low Drilling Costs

Natural gas output from the Haynesville deposit in Louisiana, which lost the crown as the nation’s biggest source of gas from shale two years ago, is growing again as drilling costs decline.

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