Shale gas resources in India and Pakistan have received less
attention than those in the PRC and, in the light of conflicting studies,
are less certain. The EIA–Advanced Resources International stud...
identified five priority basins (in orange in Figure 2.3.7), including one
in Pakistan, and identified several other basins (in yellow) that were
either unsuitable for gas production or lacked the data required for a
resource assessment (EIA 2011b). The gas in place is estimated to be
7,536 MToe in basins in India, 1,653 MToe of it technically recoverable,
and 5,346 MToe in basins in Pakistan, 1,323 MToe of it technically
recoverable. Uncertainty points to the need to better characterize these
India’s coal bed methane in place has been estimated to be as high as
4.2 GToe (Ojha et al. 2011) or even 5.2 GToe (Dart Energy 2013). The most
promising area is the Damodar Basin (Figure 2.3.8), particularly the Jharia
Coalfield (Ojha et al. 2011).
----------- Source : IEA Unconventional Gas Forum
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