Thursday, January 26, 2012

IGas Energy finds ‘very significant’ shale gas in Cheshire

UK independent IGas Energy has encountered what it says is a “very significant shale section” in coal-bed methane drilling operations at the Ince Marshes play onshore England.

Logs and rock samples being analysed could identify potentially prospective zones, IGas Energy said, pointing out previous independent analysis of the Bowland Shale has suggested gas initially in place of up to 4.6 trillion cubic feet in this area.

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