Shale gas is a very hot topic right now; the global shale gas market production is expected to grow from 5,563 billion cubic feet in 2016 to 8,000 billion cubic feet in 2024 at CAGR of 4.7% for the same period.
Natural gas production, already at new highs thanks to shale gas, is expected to grow 44% in the U.S. between 2011 and 2044. (EIA)
Now countries around the world, including China and South Africa, are eyeing shale development as a new way to tap into their resources. However, this comes at a cost – and some countries are looking at not developing shale gas. This course looks at the market, how it’s developed, as well as the environmental concerns.
When: 26 February 2020
Where: Delivered online with the support of leading industry experts
Duration: 12 weeks, part-time
Those who wish to understand their own part of the gas supply chain better, as well as their own internal supply chain and benchmark against competitors.
Since leaving BP in 1992 John has continued working in the offshore oil industry through Azur Offshore Ltd, including activities in the assessment of emerging novel technologies, technical and economics audits, deepwater studies, production sharing agreement evaluations, safety and environmental issues. Clients have included Chevron UK, BP Exploration, British Gas, Technomare, Trident Consultants, Fina UK and Cameron France.
Formerly delivered by IBC Academy – we’re aligning our business and it’s the same great course but now with Lloyd’s Maritime Academy