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  • It might make engery less expensive

    Yes, oil shale exploration should be expanded, because it could be a large resources available to us that we have not yet tapped. It could also lower the dependence of the United States on oil from other countries. Energy could be less expensive, and it might even be better for the environment. Until we explore it, we will not know the possibilities.

  • oil shale exploration

    I personally agree,In the near future, the companies will cooperate on Gazprom Neft plans for the development of Bazhenov-Abalaksky group at the Palyanovskaya area of the Krasnoleninskoye field, and later, cooperation will extend to other projects for development of non-conventional oil reserves in Khanty-Mansi Autonomous District. The expertise that Gazprom Neft will acquire from these activities shall be combined with the experience that Schlumberger gained from the operations at the Bazhenov-Abalaksky group in Western Siberia, as well as from the development of shale oil reserves worldwide.

  • It can lower costs.

    Yes, oil shale exploration should be expanded, because it could be a large resources available to us that we have not yet tapped. It could also lower the dependence of the United States on oil from other countries. Energy could be less expensive, and it might even be better for the environment. Until we explore it, we will not know the possibilities.

  • No,oil shale exploration should not be expanded.

    No,oil shale exploration should not be expanded.There comes a point when a society has to stop consuming and start conserving.There are plenty of other options that a society can explore when it comes to energy sources.You don't always have to look at just exploiting more carbon resources.Some alternate sources might be wind and solar.

  • Not An Efficient Process

    I do not believe oil shale exploration should be expanded. I believe it is important for the world population to realize that oil is a finite resource and at current rates we will run out of this resource. Oil shale isn't worth going after in any real sense and it tears up the natural environment.


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