An article by Justin Calderon
Indonesia is following the US’s footsteps to begin utilising revolutionary, yet controversial, techniques to exploit large unconventional gas deposits that could wean the country away from dependence on fossil fuels.
Shale gas and coal-bed methane, two forms of hard-to-extract natural gas that require capital-intensive technologies, are replete across the Southeast Asian archipelago.
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