Canada, Poland Partner To Develop Shale Gas
From Channel News Asia
Visiting Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk and his Canadian counterpart Stephen Harper on Monday announced that their two countries would bolster energy cooperation to develop shale gas deposits.
Both nations are believed to hold large deposits of shale gas — a natural gas trapped in flakes of sedimentary rock — and energy companies are eager to tap into them.
“Prime minister Tusk and I have also formally agreed to work together to advance energy security,” Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper told a joint press conference in Ottawa.