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… here on MetalMiner: Buying Aluminum in 2018? Download MetalMiner’s free annual price outlook The shale gas sector appears to be slowing down, but the extent and longevity of the …

Shale Gas Expansion is Slowing

by Stuart Burns on
To be fair, not all shale gas drilling is slowing, but in the Permian Basin, which has seen the most incandescent growth in recent years, according to the Financial Times …
… Demand It was feared by industrial consumers in the US that historically low domestic natural gas prices would be undermined if shale gas firms were allowed to export LNG in …
Copper inventories are suddenly low on the London Metal Exchange and U.S. shale gas drillers are still beating the odds and producing oil for a profit. Low LME Copper …
… to 40 wells planned for 2013, to date there is just one well producing enough gas to be economically viable. ExxonMobil, Talisman, Total and Marathon have all pulled out, while …
… shale gas drilling in the United States, but was positive it could take advantage of shale oil drilling," reported Reuters. '... The product mix driven by shale oil drilling is evolving …
… are, with tungsten being required, for example, in wind turbines. Imagine how the North American shale gas revolution would have got on without ready access to sophisticated drill bits for …
As many will tell you, there have been and will continue to be winners and losers in the metals industry from the lower gas prices that shale gas has created …
… and indeed we have written ourselves – about the impact of shale gas and, more recently, shale or tight oil, on the energy market in the US. Lower gas prices have …
… lower energy costs, but some could benefit more than others. The Barnet and Eagle Ford shale gas deposits are relatively close to refining centers, making their product readily accessible to …
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