Australia Could Lead Global Fracking Boom, Report Says
The three countries lead the pack, as global nations with estimated reserves of 1.7 trillion barrels of oil equivalent pursue shale assets, Lux said. All three countries have significant reserves and the conditions that are the most ripe to exploit them, according to the report.
“Australia's strong infrastructure, low population density and legacy of mining, Argentina’s...
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