Published May 17, 2013
The fracking shale exhumation is the craze that is pushing the United States to reconsider its oil and gas position. The facts are not clear on the continued environmental effects but upon gaining access to this resource has triggered new information, resources and supply into the market. The second critical point after extraction in data drilling to determine the “Facts against fracking as EU energy option – Harkin” as a sustainable solution to energy delivery.
Westmeath Examiner shares that “Shale gas would only produce 2-3% of Europe’s future energy needs. Is one professionals opinion on this future resource. “MEP Marian Harkin was at the conference in the European Parliament, and she is challenging the notion that shale gas can supply a significant part of Europe’s gas needs.”
Following Werner Zittel’s argument at the conference that shale gas would only produce between 2-3% of European energy needs, Ms Harkin expressed concern at the lack of a clear strategy by the EU energy commissioner.”
The prevailing issue is the push and rush to economic judgment on the viability of an energy solution when wealth and the energy stakes are high and evolving. The ability to produce a sustainable energy plan inclusive of infrastructure, risk, cost, production and grid integration within the web of other energy solutions is required. Planning short (6 months to 3 years) and long-term planning (50 years) and analyses is necessary element to this energy matrices.
“Just recently, Commission Oettinger said there was a possibility of shale gas supplying 10-15% of Europe’s energy needs in future, yet yesterday’s figures from the International Energy Agency, quoted by Werner Zittel, put that figure at 2-3%, significantly lower than Commission estimates,” she said.”
The opportunity is to determine the gap within the proverbial figures. The issue of gaining data in a Big Data opportunity where much of the information is not identified, captured and found irrelevant in the plan. The contention is that often the information specifically, the kernel or gold is in the untapped veins of the data that are under mined. This why the work of IBM data analytics will lead to closing the gap on the data chasm.
The 3% to 15% is the difference from a brown out to energy failure over time. The need to determine the gap within the intelligence is critical to an energy reliant, efficient and robust energy platform that in the wealth and production rush is an overlooked commodity.
- IBM Renewable Investment (LANDsds.com)
- UK shale gas programme to ‘accelerate,’ say ministers. (telegraph.co.uk)
- Fracking may not be everything (baddiesboogie.com)
- Shale gas no certain panacea for Britain. (ruvr.co.uk)
- Big Data Education (LANDsds.com)