TALLINN – According to an analysis commissioned by the Estonian Chemical Industry Association and carried out by KPMG, shale oil production could create 8.2 billion euros of national wealth over the next 20 years, of which 7.5 billion euros would be shared between the sector's partners, the public sector, employees and the public.
The aim of the study was to find out the impact of European climate policy on the competitiveness and long-term sustainability of the sector, the association said. The study has analyzed only the national wealth that can be created fro...
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