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How Much Shale Gas Is There in Poland?

12-01-2012  News

Estimates of shale gas reserves in Poland will be known in the first quarter of 2012, said Paweł Poprawa of the State Institute of Geology.
 
The State Institute of Geology has not yet released any official estimate of potential recoverable shale gas reserves in Poland. This year the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) put Poland’s recoverable shale gas reserves as 5.3 trillion cubic meters – which is enough to cover some 300 years, at the present level of consumption. In Poland first exploration drilling for non-conventional gas was carried out by PGNiG [Polish Petroleum and Gas Mining] at Markowola in the Lublin region and by Canada’s Lane Energy at Łebień in the Pomerania region. There are plans for more drilling on other sites, from the Baltic coast towards south-east.
 
Source: Polska Metropolia Warszawska, 12 January 2012, p. 10, by PAP
 
Also on this subject in:
Głos Szczeciński, p. 2, “5,3 czy 1,4 bln? Instytut liczy ile mamy gazu łupkowego” [5.3 or 1.4 trillion? Institute Evaluates Shale Gas Reserves]
Kurier Poranny, p. 10, Ile mamy gazu łupkowego [How Much Shale Gas Have We?]
Nowiny, p. 7, “5,3 czy 1,4 bln? Instytut liczy ile mamy gazu łupkowego”
Polska Głos Wielkopolski,  p. 14, “Ile gazu łupkowego jest w Polsce” [How Much Shale Gas Is There in Poland?]
Polska Kurier Lubelski, p. 12, “Ile gazu łupkowego jest w Polsce?” 
Dziennik Wschodni Lubelski, p. 8, “5,3 czy 1,4 bln? Instytut liczy ile mamy gazu łupkowego
Gazeta Pomorska, p. 2, “5,3 czy 1,4 bln? Instytut liczy ile mamy gazu łupkowego”
Głos Koszaliński, p. 2, ”5,3 czy 1,4 bln? Instytut liczy ile mamy gazu łupkowego”
Głos Pomorza, p. 2, “5,3 czy 1,4 bln? Instytut liczy ile mamy gazu łupkowego”

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