Unconventional gas is rapidly growing in importance in Europe, with shale gas at the forefront. It is expected that between now and 2035 shale gas could account for about 45% of European gas production, which is the equivalent of 10% of total demand.
The largest future producers of shale gas in Europe are likely to be Poland, UK and Ukraine, while Germany and France will benefit from a reduced dependency on natural gas imports. Developing shale gas could also lower prices making industry more competitive and decrease the dependence on imported gas. [emp]
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