Shale gas has been hailed as the next energy revolution, but is controversial for its uncertain economics and feared environmental impacts. Ruud Weijermars and Crispian McCredie, Alboran Energy Strategy Consultants, explain why European shale gas development is likely to be led by Warsaw and not Brussels.
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First published in Petroleum Review Oct-11
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