Chevron returns to Lithuanian shale

19th December 2015

It seems that all is not over for shale exploration in Lithuania. Last week brought the announcement made by the country’s Constitutional Court which ruled that hydraulic fracturing can be legally used for shale gas … Read More »

Lithuania abandons shale exploration

10th April 2015

As a result of the declining interest from exploration companies as well as the low global oil prices, Lithuania has decided to abandon its efforts in exploring the country’s shale gas reserves. The Lithuanian government, however, … Read More »

Chevron exits Australia’s Cooper Basin

30th March 2015

Chevron announced on Friday that it will follow in the footsteps of ConocoPhillips and PetroChina in abandoning shale exploration in Australia’s Cooper Basin. Chevron operated in the area a joint venture with Australia’s Beach Energy … Read More »

Chevron leaves Romania

23rd February 2015

Following its departure from Poland, U.S. giant Chevron announced on Friday that it is abandoning its shale concessions in Romania. Last year Chevron terminated shale-gas agreements in Lithuania and Ukraine, although the company still keeps … Read More »

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