The Lower Paleozoic shale play in Poland comprises Ordovician to Silurian shales that were deposited within a vast sedimentary basin located above the southwestern edge of the East European Craton, which was later tectonically divided into three sub-basins: the Baltic, the Podlasie, and the Lublin Basins. The recent shale gas exploration boom in Poland resulted in acquisition of a large amount of new, good-quality data, but did not lead to a commercial production. While the current oil price plays a role, the original assumptions that Polish shales would be similar to North American shales proved to be untrue, with Polish...
Introduction to special section: Characterization of potential Lower Paleozoic shale resource play in Poland
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Michal Malinowski, Marek Jarosiński, Piotr Krzywiec, Andrzej Pasternacki, Kamila Wawrzyniak-Guz; Introduction to special section: Characterization of potential Lower Paleozoic shale resource play in Poland. Interpretation ; 6 (3): SHi–SHii. doi: https://doi.org/10.1190/INT-2018-0613-SPSEINTRO.1
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