Energy agency forecasts golden age for gas
Unconventional sources will provide a "golden age" for natural gas, says the International Energy Agency (IEA), but only if strict rules to minimise environmental impacts are abided byIn a new report, the IEA has set out a series of “golden rules” to address what the Paris-based organisation describes as legitimate public concerns about exploiting shale gas reserves across the worl
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