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A lot of hot air

19 April 2012 By Kevin Allison

Geologists think the UK may hold 1,000 trillion cubic feet of shale gas – good for decades of self-sufficiency. But high extraction costs mean much of it may stay buried unless prices move sharply higher. That makes UK shale more of an insurance policy than a game-changer.

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