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After the goldrush - learning from US shale gas experience


Geological Consultant Arthur Berman explains to the ASPO 2012 conference his view that the "gold rush" period of shale gas in the US is over. As Art puts it "Once you start drilling shale wells you can never stop...shale plays are not a renaissance or a revolution, this is a retirement party. "

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