Poland has plenty of gas, but hopes it can lead a shale gas boom in Europe are fading fast as energy companies say government red tape is delaying commercial output and draft proposals to cut bureaucracy don't go far enough. If shale gas fails to live up to the potential, the chief beneficiary would be Russia's Gazprom, which would continue to be Poland's biggest gas supplier.
Poland has plenty of gas, but hopes it can lead a shale gas boom in Europe are fading fast as...
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