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International unconventional oil and gas month in brief: June 2016

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06 July 2016

International unconventional oil and gas month in brief: June 2016

Report summary

This is our latest ‘in brief’ report covering the international unconventional oil and gas sector, outside of the US. We have highlighted the main stories of the past two months, adding our opinion and analysis to keep you informed. From breakthroughs in new technology, exploration successes, drilling activity, production milestones, M&A announcements, through to geopolitical and environmental issues.  

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  • Chevron announce further Vaca Muerta cost reductions
  • China awards licence extensions to 19 shale gas blocks
  • ENAP and ConocoPhillips enter tight gas exploration agreement in Chile
  • Germany rules out shale gas until 2021 but lifts limits on fracturing conventional reservoirs
  • Government of Quebec approves Macasty shale exploration wells
  • New Brunswick and Newfoundland uphold hydraulic fracturing moratoriums
  • Australia's Victoria government defers decision on hydraulic fracturing and onshore gas extraction
  • Tlou Energy provides an update on its Lesedi CBM project in Botswana

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