Global Roundup: Shale development in full swing

This has been an especially busy past couple of weeks for the shale gas and oil market. Several major companies and countries have announced plans to expand further into shale.

Royal Dutch Shell announced plans to triple its capital expenditure in Argentina's Vaca Muerta play from $170 milli...

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