Quoting Ambrose Evans-Pritchard at Telegraph.co.uk:
“Advances in technology for extracting gas from shale and methane beds have quickened dramatically…
exploitable reserves are much greater than supposed just three years ago and may meet global gas needs for generations…
The US is leading the charge. Operations in Pennsylvania and Texas have already been sufficient to cut US imports of liquefied natural gas (LGN) from Trinidad and Qatar to almost nil…
The US Energy Department expects shale to meet half of US gas demand within 20 years, if not earlier….
Texas A&M University said US methods could increase global gas reserves by nine times”
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