Repository for Oil and Gas Energy Research (ROGER)

The Repository for Oil and Gas Energy Research, or ROGER, is a near-exhaustive collection of bibliographic information, abstracts, and links to many of journal articles that pertain to shale and tight gas development. The goal of this project is to create a single repository for unconventional oil and gas-related research as a resource for academic, scientific, and citizen researchers.

ROGER currently includes 2275 studies.
Last updated: May 20, 2022

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Characterization of produced water and surrounding surface water in the Permian Basin, the United States
Jiang et al., May 2022
Assessing Exposure to Unconventional Oil and Gas Development: Strengths, Challenges, and Implications for Epidemiologic Research
Deziel et al., May 2022
Measurements of Atmospheric Methane Emissions from Stray Gas Migration: A Case Study from the Marcellus Shale
Dennis et al., April 2022
Association Between Residential Proximity to Hydraulic Fracturing Sites and Adverse Birth Outcomes
Cairncross et al., April 2022
Energy production and well site disturbance from conventional and unconventional natural gas development in West Virginia
Grushecky et al., April 2022
Environmental stressors alter the susceptibility of microorganisms to biocides in upstream oil and gas systems
Gary E. Jenneman and Kara B. De Leόn, April 2022
Microbial communities reveal impacts of unconventional oil and gas development on headwater streams
Michaels et al., April 2022
Publicly available data reveals association between asthma hospitalizations and unconventional natural gas development in Pennsylvania
Bushong et al., March 2022
Synergies and Trade-Offs in Reducing Impacts of Unconventional Oil and Gas Development on Wildlife and Human Health
Deziel et al., March 2022
Towards improved characterization of the fate and impact of hydraulic fracturing chemicals to better secure regional water quality
Jin et al., March 2022
Characterizing the association between oil and gas development and water quality at a regional scale
Casey et al., March 2022
Risk assessment of pollutants in flowback and produced waters and sludge in impoundments
Zhou et al., March 2022
How should water resources be allocated for shale gas development? An exploratory study in China
Liu et al., March 2022
Climate science or politics? Disentangling the roles of citizen beliefs and support for energy in the United States
Rachel Hawes and Matthew C. Nowlin, March 2022
Draft Genome Sequencing of Three Glutaraldehyde-Tolerant Bacteria from Produced Water from Hydraulic Fracturing
Techtmann et al., February 2022
Early insights on the fracking impacts to the water-energy nexus in Brazil: is there a risk of water scarcity in the shale gas prospective areas?
Filho et al., February 2022
Shale revolution, oil and gas prices, and drilling activities in the United States
Shakya et al., February 2022
InSAR data reveal that the largest hydraulic fracturing-induced earthquake in Canada, to date, is a slow-slip event
Eyre et al., February 2022
Consideration of Potential Technologies for Ammonia Removal and Recovery from Produced Water
Chang et al., February 2022
Beyond treatment technology: Understanding motivations and barriers for wastewater treatment and reuse in unconventional energy production
Robbins et al., February 2022
Comparative toxicity of conventional and unconventional oils during rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) embryonic development: From molecular to health consequences
Bérubé et al., February 2022
Occurrence and behavior of uranium and thorium series radionuclides in the Permian shale hydraulic fracturing wastes
Thakur et al., January 2022
Exposure to unconventional oil and gas development and all-cause mortality in Medicare beneficiaries
Li et al., January 2022
Developing and enforcing fracking regulations to protect groundwater resources
Esterhuyse et al., January 2022
Strategic Planning for Optimal Management of Different Types of Shale Gas Wastewater
Serrano-Areválo et al., January 2022
Shale gas development and regional economic growth: Evidence from Fuling, China
Mei et al., January 2022
Toxicological characterization of produced water from the Permian Basin
Hu et al., January 2022
Assessing Unconventional Oil and Gas Exposure in the Appalachian Basin: Comparison of Exposure Surrogates and Residential Drinking Water Measurements
Clark et al., January 2022
Temporal changes in domestic water well methane reflect shifting sources of groundwater: Implications for evaluating contamination attributed to shale gas development
Campbell et al., January 2022
Fate and transport modelling framework for assessing risks to soil and groundwater from chemicals accidentally released during surface operations: An Australian example application from shale gas developments
Mallants et al., January 2022
Examining hydraulic fracturing chemicals: A temporal and comparative analysis
Hill et al., January 2022
The Impact of Climate Change and Soil Classification on Benzene Concentration in Groundwater Due to Surface Spills of Hydraulic Fracturing Fluids
Almaliki et al., January 1970
A geochemical analysis of produced water(s) from the Wolfcamp Formation in the Permian Delaware Basin, western Texas
Ruarri J. Day-Stirrat L. Taras Bryndzia and Ozkan Huvaz, May 2022
The Rise, Peak and Decline of the Seismic Hazard Related to Hydraulic Fracturing Activities in the Duvernay Play, Fox Creek Area, Alberta
Canales et al., May 2022
Life cycle greenhouse gas emissions of crude oil and natural gas from the Delaware Basin
Contreras et al., December 2021
Experiments and modeling of Komvophoron sp. Growth in hydraulic fracturing wastewater
Concas et al., December 2021
Associations between residential proximity to oil and gas extraction and hypertensive conditions during pregnancy: a difference-in-differences analysis in Texas, 1996–2009
Willis et al., December 2021
Oil and Gas Produced Water Reuse: Opportunities, Treatment Needs, and Challenges
Cooper et al., December 2021
Treatment of fracturing wastewater by anaerobic granular sludge: The short-term effect of salinity and its mechanism
Zhang et al., December 2021
Assessing cumulative water impacts from shale oil and gas production: Permian Basin case study
Scanlon et al., December 2021
Efficacy of oil and gas produced water as a dust suppressant
Stallworth et al., December 2021
A comparative study of Chinese and American public perceptions of shale gas development
Zhang et al., December 2021
Groundwater Methane in Northeastern Pennsylvania Attributable to Thermogenic Sources and Hydrogeomorphologic Migration Pathways
Li et al., December 2021
Comparative study of the effects of biocides and metal oxide nanoparticles on microbial community structure in a stream impacted by hydraulic fracturing
Alhajjar et al., December 2021
Residential proximity to hydraulically fractured oil and gas wells and adverse birth outcomes in urban and rural communities in California (2006–2015)
Tran et al., December 2021
Sorption and transformation of biocides from hydraulic fracturing in the Marcellus Shale: a review
Consolazio et al., November 2021
Can pre-ozonation be combined with gravity-driven membrane filtration to treat shale gas wastewater?
Tang et al., November 2021
Water Consumption and Pollution Cost of the Shale Gas Development: a Review and a Case Study
Ma et al., November 2021
How newly developed shale gas facilities influence soil erosion in a karst region in SW China
Guo et al., November 2021
Identifying environmental and health threats in unconventional oil and gas violations: evidence from Pennsylvania compliance reports
Bi et al., November 2021