An in-depth account of the market and economic factors which have driven the US shale oil and gas revolution.
A fascinating account of the factors that influence oil prices and how the shale revolution may keep prices low.
Ion Iftimie, an energy security expert, paints a picture of Russia’s willingness to use its natural gas exports – on which Europe is so dependent – as an instrument of state power.
In March 2013, Japanese researchers announced a breakthrough in the extraction of natural gas from methane hydrates. This marked the latest important development in the quest for energy known as the ice that burns. This ebook presents a vital new resource, covering all aspects of the field, including the possible effects of hydrate gas production… Read more »
The inside story of how America’s shale gas revolution got started. The Frackers focuses on the personalities involved and the ups and downs of their fortunes, and describes how small entrepreneurial companies found what the oil majors had missed.