Shell Starts Drilling For Shale Gas In Southeast Turkey
Shell began drilling for shale gas in southeast Turkey in early September as the country hopes to discover an indigenous source of energy and reduce its dependence on natural gas imports. Shell launched its exploration program in the Saribugday-1 field near Diyarbakir in an area estimated by Turkey to hold as much as 13 trillion cubic meters (tcm), of which 1.8 tcm may be recoverable. An agreement between Shell...
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