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Sergio de la Torre
Stories written by Sergio de la Torre

Current Position:

Engineer at BPP-TECH. London, United Kingdom.

Associate Member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE).

Education:

Mechanical Engineer. Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros, University of Sevilla, Spain.

MSc in Advanced Mechanical Engineering. Cranfield University, United Kingdom.

 

The Shale Gas Revolution (III)

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After analysing the success of the shale gas revolution in the US, the third part of the article describes the current situation of the shale gas industry in Europe. Finally, some conclusions are presented. Shale gas in Europe: Is it possible to replicate the revolution? There are estimated to be large reserves of shale gas […]

The Shale Gas Revolution (II)

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The second part of the article describes the origins of the shale gas industry and the prospects for the future in the United States. The beginning of the revolution: the development of the shale gas industry in the United States US Shale Gas Plays Production of shale gas has profoundly changed the US natural gas […]

The Shale Gas Revolution (I)

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During the past few years, the development of new technology has allowed access to large reserves of natural gas. A revolution that is having a great impact on global energy markets has just begun. Have you ever heard about shale gas? This article presents some fundamental aspects of shale gas including the origins of shale gas […]

Peak Oil: The beginning of the end of Oil

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Oil is a non-renewable natural resource, i.e. it is not regenerated as fast as it is consumed. As a result, oil reserves will finish sooner or later. Have you ever wondered how much oil is left? When is it going to run out? During the past few decades some oil industry experts have asked themselves the same questions and they […]

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