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Macroeconomic Effects of European Shale Gas Production

A thriving European shale gas industry could help limit energy bills rises by the middle of the century, according to a new report from two respected energy consultancies. The report – which is sponsored by the oil and gas industry – also predicts that shale gas won’t threaten Europe’s plans to reduce carbon emissions. — Carbon Brief

John Williams and Phil Summerton
Macroeconomic Effects of European Shale Gas Production
Pöyry Management Consulting (UK) Ltd, Nov 21, 2013

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no author, Shale gas could restrain rising energy costs, says report. Carbon Brief, Nov. 26, 2013
Kelvin Ross, ‘Shale gas could unlock multi-trillion energy boom in Europe’. PEI Power Engineering International, Nov. 26, 2013
no author, EU Domestic Shale Gas Production Could Add 1M Jobs. Today’s energy solutions, Nov. 26, 2013


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