Insight: Poland's shale gas play takes on Russian power
An employee walks at Russian gas export monopoly Gazprom's Sudzha pumping station, Russia, January 13, 2009. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov/Files
People look through frosted windows as they sit in a tram in the centre of Poznan, western Poland, December 2, 2010. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel/Files
Smoke billows from the chimneys of Belchatow Power Station, Europe's largest biggest coal-fired power plant, May 7, 2009. REUTERS/Peter Andrews/Files
A worker stands near a drilling rig at Grabowiec 6 near the village of Lesniowice, southeast Poland, home to U.S. giant Chevron's first shale gas well in the country, November 28, 2011. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
A pressure gauge is seen at a Gaz-System gas compressor station in Rembelszczyzna outside Warsaw, October 13, 2010. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
A pedestrian walks near a no drilling sign in Eagles Mere, Pennsylvania, September 5, 2010. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer
A drilling rig is seen at sunset at Grabowiec 6 near the village of Lesniowice, southeast Poland, home to U.S. giant Chevron's first shale gas well in the country, November 28, 2011. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
A worker stands near the well head on a natural gas drilling rig near Towanda, Pennsylvania, February 3, 2010. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer
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