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A Shift in the Energy System

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October 16, 2012

As new technologies for the extraction of natural gas spread across the globe, many nations could tap abundant supplies of unconventional gas that occur within their borders. This infographic illustrates the distribution of natural gas supplies around the world, how natural gas will likely increase its share of the world’s energy mix, and the economic benefits that will result from this shift.

 

A Shift in the Energy System
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