A draft of shale gas exploitation in ancient palm grove of Timimoun (province of Adrar) will be launched shortly "after its adoption by the Algerian authorities."
This is what the French magazine Marianne revealed in its latest edition to be published this Friday, who said that it was the Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal who have recently promised to launch this project.
According to Marianne, Timimoun will be "sacked" by exploiting its shale gas and its 130,000 residents will have to live elsewhere while calling the project an environmental disaster.
The same source indicates that Algeria, which has the third world reserves of shale gas, plans to invest $ 300 billion in the exploitation of the deposits by hydraulic fragmentation.
This information by Marianne must obviously be taken with great caution in the absence of a decision from the Algerian authorities on this subject. However, Martine Gozlan, a follower of the Arab Spring, notorious Zionist, and a journalist known for his Islamophobia and his virulent criticism of Algeria makes for time speculation and sensationalism.
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