Andreas Goldthau

Shale gas in Eastern Europe. Why some countries get it right and others wrong

Shale gas policies vary significantly across Europe, notably in Russia-dependent Central Eastern Europe. Most strikingly, Bulgaria banned shale gas, whereas Poland remains firmly committed to fostering it despite its drawbacks. Why is this the case, and what can we learn from it? Read more.

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