More Shale Oil In Russia, Argentina And Algeria Than The US: IHS
by David Kashi
Argentina, Russia and Algeria may soon see an energy boom like the U.S.’ as those countries’ shale oilfields may hold larger reserves than current oil-producing states in the U.S., according to a report released by global information company IHS Tuesday.
An IHS analysis confirmed the widespread geological potential for so-called tight oil globally that has the potential to increase world crude oil production in the next decade.
Thanks in part to hydraulic fracturing (“fracking”) and drilling horizontally, oil trapped in shale rock deep beneath the Earth’s surface that was once impossible to tap commercially can now be extracted profitably.
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