India 's Production Of Shale Gas

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University of Pittsburgh Joseph Graduate School of Business Maria Beatriz Alcantara de Miranda Challenges in the Production of Shale Gas in the United States and in Logistics and Transportation of Natural Gas in Russia Research presented to the GRP: Global Energy – Competing Perspectives from Western PA to Eastern Europe course, taught by Prof. Susan M Hicks. Pittsburgh June 2015 ABSTRACT This research report examines the challenges in the production of Shale Gas in the United States and In Logistics and Transportation of Natural Gas in Russia in the past recent years and the future challenges for the Energy industry. This report is based on information catered by the many lecturers during the course and…show more content…
Contents Introduction………………………………………………………………………………………………….4 Natural and Shale Gas……………………………………………………………………………………6 Challenges and Opportunities of Conventional and Unconventional Gas……….7 Conclusions…………………………………………………………………………………………………….14 References …………………………………………………………………………………………………….15 Challenges in the Production of Shale Gas in the United States and In Logistics and Transportation of Natural Gas in Russia INTRODUCTION The most vital industry of our time is the energy industry. It provides energy to all other industries and improves the quality of people’s lives. Energy helps us produce and preserve all basic necessities like food, fuel for transportation, power to keep machinery working and communication technology accessible. Energy is found in a number of different forms as chemical energy, electrical energy, thermal energy, solar energy, mechanical energy, and nuclear energy. The future of the energy industries holds many responsibilities toward creating new technologies to explore and transport energy to its final consumer respecting natural resources and minimizing harmful environmental impact. The concerns on environmental impacts of the energy production systems have made many countries take an extremely large amount of time developing policies that regulate the energy industry. Those policies aim to control
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