Technology from Europe: Polish environmental ministry promises no roadblocks to shale gas
The possibility of abundant natural gas from Polish shale formations has attracted the interest of operators from around the globe. Though exploration is still in very early stages, estimates of reserves have varied wildly, from as low as 5 Tcf to as high as 45 Tcf. For the more than 40 companies holding concessions in the shale regions, there is enough potential to justify a major push. World Oil spoke with Marta Wagrodzka, a shale gas specialist in the Polish Ministry of the Environment, about the development of the country’s shale resources and the government’s role in promoting that development.
Log in to view this article.
Not yet a subscriber? Find out more and subscribe today!
Already a subscriber but don’t have an online account? Contact our customer service.
*Access will be granted the next business day.
Connect with World Oil
Join Our Newsletter ///
Sign-up for World Oil Daily News
Latest News ///More
- Shell joins Exxon with $1 billion Brazil exploration setback (5/16)
- James Fisher AIS expands global footprint to meet energy sector digital twin demand (5/16)
- APICORP appoints Khalid bin Ali Al-Ruwaigh as new CEO (5/16)
- Angolan leader urges Africa to avoid hasty end to fossil fuels (5/16)
- UK North Sea eyes chance of revival in energy crisis (5/16)