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International unconventional oil and gas month in brief: March 2016

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07 April 2016

International unconventional oil and gas month in brief: March 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 month, 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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  • BP and CNPC sign PSC for the Neijiang-Dazu shale gas block in the Sichuan Basin
  • CNPC reportedly in talks with SinoChem for Rongchangbei PSC following Hess exit
  • Shell drops the Fushun-Yongchuan block
  • China announces increase in CBM subsidy to 2020
  • India acts to revitalise upstream sector
  • In-place resource in the Liard Basin could be as high as 220 tcf
  • Saudi Aramco finds big volumes of shale gas in Jafurah
  • Shell begins drilling at tight gas pilot project in Egypt
  • Production testing gives encouraging results at unconventional projects in Australia
  • First shipment of US shale gas arrives in Europe

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