Friday, March 27, 2009

The Marcellus Shale Gas Play: All Things Considered

The following link leads to a long, but excellent article about many aspects of gas exploration, production and development in the Marcellus Shale of the eastern United States. The challenge to develop this vast gas resource extends far beyond geology and engineering. This article is comprehensive and well worth reading and saving. Here is the link:

This issue of Lock Haven University’s The Hemlock has a lengthy article about the Marcellus Shale, introducing a bit of geology, tracing a bit of history and presenting a large number of environmental concerns.

In This Issue...
"Prospects and Challenges of the Marcellus Shale" by Loretta Dickson and Md. Khalequzzaman

"40 Years of Natural Gas Production & Storage on State Forest Land" by Butch Davey

"The Marcellus Shale in Central PA: A Chronology" by Bob Myers

"A Landowner's Perspective: Leasing for Natural Gas Production" by Ralph Harnishfeger

"Another Landowner's Perspective: Gas Well Exploration & Development" by Jamie Walker

"And Justice for All" by Mary Vuccola

"Tapping Our Super-Giant Gas Field" by John Way and Rebecca Dunlap

"Hike of the Month: Natural Gas Production in the Sproul State Forest" by Bob Myers

"What Can You Do?"

"More Information on the Marcellus Shale"

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