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AFPM IPC: Market, legal issues slow shale outside of US

6:28 AM MDT | April 4, 2014 | —Clay Boswell

Conditions supporting shale gas production in the United States are unique, and other countries will not easily replicate them, say Kenneth Medlock III, senior director of the Center for Energy Studies at Rice University, and Hugh Tucker, partner at Baker Botts (Houston). Medlock and Tucker spoke recently at the International Petrochemical Conference (IPC), held by the American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers (AFPM) in San Antonio, TX. “The upstream sector is practically non-existent in many parts of the world where shale resources have been identified,”...

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