Shale Energy Revolution: The Rise and Fall of Global Oil and Gas Industry (Paperback)
Chapter 1 Analysis on the Structural Changes in the Global Oil and Gas Industry and Its Trend.- Chapter 2 The Development and Implication of Nature Gas Market in the Context of the Shale Revolution.- Chapter 3 The Development and Implication of Crude Oil Market in the Context of the Shale Revolution.- Chapter 4 Current Situation, Challenges and Countermeasures of Shale Industry in China.- Chapter 5 Multi-dimensional Interactions in the Oilfield Market: A Jackknife Model Averaging Approach of Spatial Productivity Analysis.- Chapter 6 The Shale Technical Revolution -- Cheer or Fear? Impact Analysis on Efficiency in the Global Oilfield Service Market.- Chapter 7 Different Behaviors in Natural Gas Production between National and Private Oil Companies: Economics-Driven or Environment-Driven?.- Chapter 8 Total-Factor Spillovers, Similarities, and Competitions in the Petroleum Industry.
Dr. Binlei Gong is a tenured associate professor in School of Public Affairs, China Academy of Rural Development (CARD), and Academy of Social Governance at Zhejiang University. He is also served as the deputy director of Environmental and Energy Policy Center (EEPC) at Zhejiang University. His research interests include Productivity and Economic Growth, Development Economics, Energy Economics, Agricultural Economics, and Empirical IO. Dr. Gong's papers have been published in many academic journals, including Journal of Development Economics, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Energy Journal, Energy Economics, and Energy Policy. Before joining ZJU, Dr. Gong studied and worked in Michigan State University, Rice University, Brown University, Innovation for Poverty Action, Weatherford International, and the Energy Center of Baker Institute for Public Policy.