There is no U.S. oil and gas export "weapon" to aim at Russia to counter its moves in the Ukraine. The U.S. isn't even supplying its own needs. But you wouldn't know that from media reports and editorials in the last week.
Articles: Shale gas (127)
•Wells That Fizzle Are a ‘Potential Show Stopper’ for the Shale Boom •The View from Europe: America’s Shale Boom Looks More Like a Blip •BP carves off US shale gas operations into separate unit •Shale, the Last Oil and Gas Train: Interview with Arthur Berman …
Diana Daunheimer's lawsuit follows years of policing industry in her own backyard.
It took major storm damage and record floods to get energy prices off the front pages, but any ministers hoping for a brief respite on the turmoil over energy policy will be no doubt disappointed.
•Fracking is depleting water supplies in America's driest areas, report shows •Why Shale Oil Boosters Are Charlatans In Disguise •Risks of Fracking Boom Draw Renewed Attention from Investors •Canadian awaits verdict on fracking nightmareF•ocus on well efficiency keeps …
•Are you opposed to fracking? Then you might just be a terrorist •Eni Is Said to Abandon Polish Shale Aspirations •Oil and gas: A new frontier •Emails reveal UK helped shale gas industry manage fracking opposition •A challenge to the UK shale gas industry •The US …
UK international commitments on climate change are incompatible with the development of a national shale gas industry
Shale gas is indisputably a high-carbon energy source.
True stories from Walter Brasch, author of "Fracking Pennsylvania", plus Helen Rimmer from FOE UK and Sandra Steingraber.
Energy round-up including peak oil, what next for UK shale gas, and wind power records.
De Wereld Morgen asks Richard Heinberg about the prospects for fracking in Europe.