Fracking Abroad
Fracking Abroad
The State of Global Shale

America’s the shale success story we all know, but how is fracking faring abroad?

Fracking Abroad
Britain Drills Its First Shale Well Since 2011

The UK could use that shale gas, but geology and public opinion remain major hurdles.

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Argentina’s Shale Hoping for Cash Windfall

Market reforms are making Argentina’s Vaca Muerta shale look more and more attractive.

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Rare Good News for China’s Shale Ambitions

BP just signed a new Chinese shale exploration deal, but Beijing still trails far behind Washington in this arena.

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Can India Unlock Its Shale?

The shale boom has thus far been a uniquely American phenomenon. One Indian oil company wants to change that.

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South Africa Revives Its Wayward Shale Ambitions

One year after Shell abandoned South African shale plays, the country announced its plans to kickstart the fledgling industry.

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Energy Majors Yearn For Euroshale

Oil executives are bemoaning Europe’s anti-shale regulations, but those aren’t the only things holding back a boom on the continent.

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