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The world has enough natural gas to last nearly 400 years

Extracts from an article by Michelle Wheeler published Friday 11 April 2014 by phys.org

The world has enough natural gas to last nearly 400 years at the current rate of consumption or 110 years if production increases at a rate of two per cent a year, according to a Curtin University study. Curtin University adjunct research fellow Roberto F. Aguilera says much of the world’s – both conventional and unconventional – is located in Australia. “It’s that conventional gas that is likely to make Australia the biggest LNG exporter in the world, maybe by the end of the decade,” he says.

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