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Germany shale gas unconventional concept play



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A study completed in June 2012 by Germany's Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR) estimated that Germany may have between 6.8 and 22.6 tcm of shale gas in place.  The mid-case of the study is 13 tcf.  It believes if a 10% extraction rate can be achieved, 1.3 tcm could be technically producible.

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