What next for Middle East shale oil & gas?
Raheem J. Brennerman, chairman and CEO of US independent energy firm, Blacksands Pacific Group gives his take on the challenges facing Gulf producers in the face of the great American shale boom.
MENA Shale Gas: technology and integration
Christopher Fredd, Schlumberger, stimulation domain manager for Middle East Area & unconventional reservoir stimulation advisor, spoke to Pipeline about Shale Gas in the MENA region and how technology and integration will play a key role.
A leaner shale industry
Chris Faulkner, founder and CEO of Breitling Energy Corporation sat down in Dubai with Julian Walker to give his views of how the US Shale industry is evolving in this new era of low oil prices and how it will come out leaner and fitter
EIA increases projection of global shale gas
The US Energy Information Administration (EIA) has released a new report providing a first estimate of technically recoverable shale oil and gas worldwide showing an increased projection of shale gas reserves.
China to double shale gas production levels
China has enormous shale oil reserves but faces a number of key challenges, such as challenging geology and insufficient infrastructure in its existing gas producing units.
U.S. shale output seen rising in January as OPEC cuts production
U.S. shale production is expected to rise in January, according to U.S. Energy Information Administration, less than a week after non-OPEC countries joined OPEC producers in a deal that will curb oil production to tackle a glut and prop up low oil prices.......
Laos to step up search for shale gas
Laos will explore areas surrounding its coal fields, in the hope of discovering shale gas, which it will use for the generation and export of electricity.