World Shale Energy Day 2022 Overview
The multilingual, virtual World Shale Energy Day events spanned several time zones and featured prominent supporters from every continent, focused on the crucial role that educators play in combating misinformation while also highlighting the positive role that shale energy plays in international energy security and why we need expanded shale energy education now.
Workshops, panel discussions, and special performances focused on shale energy covering educational outreach, emerging green technologies, and innovative thinking that can restore the world’s ecosystems with clean, organic-rich shale energy.
World climate leaders, grassroots activists, health-care professionals, nonprofit innovators, thought leaders, industry leaders, safe power designers, artists, musicians, dance troupes, influencers, and the leaders of tomorrow gathered to push us towards a better world with shale energy.
Join A Virtual Event
World Shale Energy Day is celebrated as a "virtual event". Because of the ubiquity of digital meeting and event management technologies, World Shale Energy Day can be celebrated by everyone with access to a digital device. Further, because of the continuing concerns about meeting during the Covid-19 Pandemic, there is merit to having no single, central event. However, there are many events (both in person and virtual) which are organized and hosted by supporters of World Shale Energy Day, on or near March 17th each year. Create your own event or find another event and join in yourself where the invitation is offered.
Explore Events Worldwide
World Shale Energy Day unites people world wide to get to know shale energy and to participate in a single-day celebration that fosters education, enables participation and stimulates communication that highlights the achievements of the shale energy industry.
This is all about YOU!
There are many ways you can get involved and individually or collectively make a difference. Whether you organize an outreach event in your company, community or institution, inspire the public through a professional society or chapter, help a teacher to bring it into the classroom or become a donor or sponsor, you can be an advocate for World Shale Energy Day!
Shale gas is becoming increasingly important source of natural gas across the world with estimates of more than 15000 trillion cubic feet (Tcf), however what limits the extraction is the required technology. America and Canada, being self-sufficient in that area, are currently leading the market with significant amount of shale gas production. Areas around the world have identified technically recoverable shale gas and more is being explored each day. In a report by U.S Energy Information Administration (EIA), Pakistan is listed among the top 10 countries of the world with the largest shale oil reserves along with Canada.