Hydraulic Fracturing was first used successfully by Halibruton oilfield services in Kansas, USA in 1947. Although common in America, this technique is subject to great controversy with environmentalists claiming it has the potential to contaminate ground water and even cause earthquakes.
About this course
Improve your knowledge of the shale gas industry, with practical topics from drilling and hydraulic fracturing techniques to commercial opportunities, environmental factors and economic challenges faced.
Who should attend
Suitable for engineers, graduates, managers and anyone new to the industry wanting to know more about shale gas.
Timings: 09:15 - 15:30
Location: EIC London, SE1 7TP (view on map)
Dietary: Lunch and refreshments will be provided throughout the day, please let us know of any special dietary requirements prior to the course date, as these will have to be pre-arranged.
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