ShaleTech: International ///

As the U.S. shale oil and gas industry enters an era in which development has become fiscally beneficial for the right kind of producer, operators and NOCs in certain other parts of the world seem poised to follow suit. Unconventional production is already online in Argentina, and wells across Poland and Australia are being drilled and cased every day, with fracing scheduled in the near, foreseeable future. Even where regulatory, social or technological challenges exist, as is the case in the UK, Spain, Russia and China, steady progress is being made to, in the very least, survey and estimate the presence of shale oil and gas.

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