Tight oil and shale gas technology update

Tight oil and shale gas innovation grid

Since the last Lux innovation grid on tight oil and shale gas technologies (see the report Uncovering Further Opportunities in the Booming Frac Market), the North American energy landscape has changed dramatically. Many technology developers have failed to thrive, including Next Legacy Te...

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