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Shale Development – Asia Pacific Update: Focus on Australia, China, Indonesia and United States. 

Shale is fast transforming itself from "tomorrow’s big thing" to become an essential part of the global energy sector.

 

Although the United States is still way out in front in terms of commercializing this valuable asset, Australia, China and Indonesia markets are playing an accelerated game of catch-up, with a series of discoveries and technological advances.


Energy security is the word on every government's lips, with shale promising to bring greater self-sufficiency, significant revenue from industrialization, exporting surplus volumes and reduced carbon footprint.


Mark Godson, David Xu, Brent Steedman, Raymond Ng and Steven M. Estes present this webcast. The webcast provides some compelling insights into an evolving sector as well as some pointers about the future shape of the global shale markets. It lasts 60 minutes, and concludes with a question and answer segment.

 

 


 

  


David Xu

David Xu

Partner, KPMG in China

+86 10 8508 7099

Brent Steedman

Brent Steedman

Partner, KPMG in Australia

+61 8 9263 7184

Mark Godson

Mark Godson

Partner, KPMG in Indonesia

+62 21 574 0877

Steven Estes

Steven Estes

Partner, Advisory, KPMG in the United States

+1 214 840 2448

Tim Rockell

Tim Rockell

Director, KPMG Global Energy Institute, Asia Pacific

+65 6507 1998