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Shale Gas

Technological innovation has continually transformed American life and culture. To the average consumer, industries like media and personal electronics have been visibly transformed. Yet, out of the public eye, recent breakthroughs in horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing technologies have resulted in tremendous access to vast domestic energy reserves at a relatively low cost; and, thus contributing to one of the most important trends in the United States today.

Featured insights

  • US Shale: A game of choices
    An interactive community of value chains – an ecosystem – can help oil and gas companies effectively manage the rapidly evolving shale market in the United States.
  • Oil & Gas Mergers and Acquisitions Report – Midyear 2014
    For the oil and gas industry, the first half of 2014 saw a continuation of many of the trends present in 2013 – the development of resources rather than the acquisition of new ones. This report covers deals from the past six months by industry sector and reveals the insights of Deloitte mergers and acquisitions specialists on what is driving activity in the oil and gas industry.
  • Oil & Gas mergers and acquisitions report – Year-end 2013
    This report covers deals from the past 12 months by industry sector and reveals the insights of Deloitte M&A specialists on what is driving activity and what this says about how the business is changing.
  • Oil & Gas mergers and acquisitions report – Midyear 2013
    After a spate of deals at the end of the last year, the oil and gas industry took a bit of a breather from merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in the first half of 2013. This report covers deals from the first half of the year by sector and reveals the insights of Deloitte M&A specialists on what is driving activity and what this says about how the business is changing.
  • Surveying energy attitudes: Industry insiders and the public’s outlook on the future of U.S. oil and gas
    In late 2012, Deloitte surveyed oil and gas professionals and members of the general population. The oil and gas executives were asked for their views on a wide range of forward-looking issues, including the outlook for U.S. energy self-sufficiency, prices, regulatory issues, and the accuracy of natural gas resource estimates. Questions for public respondents focused upon their view of the U.S. energy industry and related regulatory issues. The most notable findings are described in this report.
  • Exporting the American renaissance: Global impacts of LNG exports from the United States
    This report describes an economic-based analysis of the potential impacts of LNG exports from the United States on domestic and global markets. While much attention has focused on the impact of U.S. LNG exports on the U.S. market, this study analyzes the potential economic consequences of those exports on global markets.
  • Made in America: The economic impact of LNG exports from the United States
    This report by the Deloitte Center for Energy Solutions and Deloitte MarketPoint LLC that summarizes the findings of alternative scenarios regarding U.S. LNG exports and offers related strategic insights.
  • Navigating a fractured future: Insights into the future of the North American natural gas market
    Take a closer look at the future of the North American and global gas markets and offers strategic insights.
  • Natural gas: Revolution or evolution?
    Are Europe and China ready for the natural gas revolution?

More Dig deeper

  • Deloitte Dbriefs webcast series
    Oil & Gas series.

Events

  • Register now: 2014 Deloitte Energy Conference – A global industry…competing locally
    Washington, DC – May 13-14, 2014.
  • Deloitte Oil & Gas Conference
    Houston, TX – November 18, 2014.

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