Friday , 23 March 2018

Gas Shale International

Shale Gas 101 | GCEP Symposium 2011

Mark Zoback discusses Shale Gas and how it fits into the energy industry while examining it in terms of sustainability and environmental effects. He is the Benjamin M. Page Professor of Geophysics at Stanford University and co-director of the Stanford Rock Physics and Borehole Geophysics industrial consortium. Read More »

Mountainous Terrains Threatening to Derail China’s Shale Gas Dreams

China’s hope of turning the findings of shale-gas reserves with its territory into the next revolution in the energy sector on a global basis is running the risk of running aground because of unseen challenges. The government planners in Beijing are finding it exceedingly difficult to meet the ambitious targets they had set for themselves because of factors beyond human ... Read More »

Lewis Energy optimistic on unconventional drilling in Mexico

The enormous potential for shale oil and shale gas in Mexico will attract significant private investment, in spite of elevated costs compared to other areas for exploration and production, said Carlos Garcia, International Business Development Manager for Lewis Energy. Lewis Energy is one of the largest producers in the Eagle Ford formation located in the south of Texas and maintains ... Read More »

Mexico, Colombia and Brazil energy reforms and oil production

The following chart highlights the positive impact in oil and gas production in Brazil and Colombia as a result of enacted energy reforms in each country. While Mexico on the other hand, shows a clear decline in oil and gas production over the last ten years. Mexico aims to increase production by implementing it historic energy reform that allows for ... Read More »