Europe should see shale evolution, not revolution

| February 4, 2014

Andreas Goldthau recently became the Marie Curie Scholar at Harvard University’s Geopolitics of Energy project, covering the natural gas markets of Europe. Previously, as professor at the Central European University in Budapest, he published a series of texts on energy security.

A few weeks after taking up his post in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Goldthau gave Interfax a state-of-play analysis on some of the key issues facing Europe’s gas supply future – including shale gas, the role of Gazprom and prospects for United States LNG exports.

Read the entire interview here.

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For Academic Citation: Goldthau, Andreas. “Europe should see shale evolution, not revolution.” News, , February 4, 2014.