After the US Shale Gas Revolution
After twenty years at different positions in the gas sector, from the policy side to trading floors, the author gives an overview of the major gas issues and elaborates on the consequences of the US shale gas revolution. The first part of the book provides basic knowledge and gives needed tools to better understand this industry, which often stands sandwiched between upstream oil and utilities. This book is accessible to all and will particularly interest readers seeking a global gas perspective where economics and geopolitics mix. It can be read as an economic novel where billions of dollars are invested to shape tomorrow's energy world or as a geopolitical thriller where Russia and the US compete to impose their respective agenda, leaving China to select the winner.
Thierry Bros has a PhD in management of R&D, Ecole Centrale de Paris; Master of Chemical Engineering, Ecole de Physique et Chimie Industrielles de Paris, and a master's degree in economics, UniversitÃ© Paris PanthÃ©on-Sorbonne.