Shale gas production in Poland will, in a decade, transform the European Union energy market by boosting energy security and lowering gas prices, a report from the Krakow-based Kosciuszko Institute released on 1 September read.
It noted that once large-scale production of Polish shale gas gets underway, it will force Russian providers to reduce prices in order to compete. It would also mean independence from foreign suppliers, the report read. Companies are currently searching for shale gas i...
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