Michael Giberson You may have seen mention of the documentary Haynesville on this site a time or two, but you may not have had a chance to see it. If you have CNBC available, you will soon have a chance to see a one-hour “network cut” of the film. According to the announcement Haynesville Network Cut will… More Shale gas doc Haynesville to air November 23 on CNBC
Michael Giberson In advance of the screening next week at SXSW, the Austin Chronicle presents a story about Haynesville and its director Gregory Kallenberg. Here’s a bit of it: The Rev. Reegis Richard was wandering through a field, hungrily eyeing a dilapidated former school and dreaming of the possibilities, when a Haynesville producer climbed over a… More More about the Haynesville documentary
Michael Giberson Daniel Yergin and Robert Ineson have an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal discussing the development and implications of natural gas from shale in the U.S. market. Not much will be new to you if you’ve been following the commentary here for a while, but they do provide a very good, general overview.… More Natural gas from shale: long lasting or going fast?
Michael Giberson From the New York Times, “New Way to Tap Gas May Expand Global Supplies.” Italian and Norwegian oil engineers and geologists have arrived in Texas, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania to learn how to extract gas from layers of a black rock called shale. Companies are leasing huge tracts of land across Europe for exploration.… More Boom in shale natural gas: Not just for North America