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 2152 studies.
Last updated: April 16, 2021

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Health-based evaluation of ambient air measurements of PM 2.5 and volatile organic compounds near a Marcellus Shale unconventional natural gas well pad site and a school campus
Long et al., February 2021
High Ethylene and Propylene in an Area Dominated by Oil Production
Lyman et al., January 2021
Mobile Measurement System for the Rapid and Cost-Effective Surveillance of Methane and Volatile Organic Compound Emissions from Oil and Gas Production Sites
Zhou et al., December 2020
Hazardous substances as the dominant non-methane volatile organic compounds with potential emissions from liquid storage tanks during well fracturing: A modeling approach
Huan Chen and Kimberly E. Carter, August 2020
Air quality measurements in the western Eagle Ford Shale
Geoffrey S. Roest and Gunnar W. Schade, May 2020
Air quality impacts from oil and natural gas development in Colorado
Detlev Helmig, February 2020
Evaluating potential human health risks from modeled inhalation exposures to volatile organic compounds emitted from oil and gas operations
Holder et al., December 2019
Off-site flux estimates of volatile organic compounds from oil and gas production facilities using fast-response instrumentation
Edie et al., November 2019
Impact of energy production in the Barnett Shale gas region on the measured ambient hydrocarbon concentrations in Denton, Texas
Guo Quan Lim and Kuruvilla John, November 2019
Air toxics and other volatile organic compound emissions from unconventional oil and gas development
Hecobian et al., October 2019
Exposures and Health Risks from Volatile Organic Compounds in Communities Located near Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Activities in Colorado (USA)
McMullin et al., July 2018
Quantifying alkane emissions in the Eagle Ford Shale using boundary layer enhancement
Geoffrey Roest and Gunnar Schade, September 2017
Air monitoring of volatile organic compounds at relevant receptors during hydraulic fracturing operations in Washington County, Pennsylvania
Maskrey et al., June 2016
Aerial surveys of elevated hydrocarbon emissions from oil and gas production sites
Lyon et al., April 2016
Volatile organic compounds at two oil and natural gas production well pads in Colorado and Texas using passive samplers
Eisele et al., January 2016
Assessment of volatile organic compound and hazardous air pollutant emissions from oil and natural gas well pads using mobile remote and on-site direct measurements
Brantley et al., September 2015
Airborne flux measurements of methane and volatile organic compounds over the Haynesville and Marcellus shale gas production regions
Yuan et al., June 2015
Photochemical aging of volatile organic compounds associated with oil and natural gas extraction in the Uintah Basin, UT, during a wintertime ozone formation event
Koss et al., May 2015
Impact of Marcellus Shale Natural Gas Development in Southwest Pennsylvania on Volatile Organic Compound Emissions and Regional Air Quality
Swarthout et al., March 2015
PTR-QMS versus PTR-TOF comparison in a region with oil and natural gas extraction industry in the Uintah Basin in 2013
Warneke et al., January 2015
Using growth and decline factors to project VOC emissions from oil and gas production
Oswald et al., January 2015
Air concentrations of volatile compounds near oil and gas production: a community-based exploratory study
Macey et al., October 2014
Volatile organic compound emissions from the oil and natural gas industry in the Uinta Basin, Utah: point sources compared to ambient air composition
Warneke et al., May 2014
Highly Elevated Atmospheric Levels of Volatile Organic Compounds in the Uintah Basin, Utah
Helmig et al., March 2014
Evaluation of impact of shale gas operations in the Barnett Shale region on volatile organic compounds in air and potential human health risks
Bunch et al., January 2014
Volatile organic compound distributions during the NACHTT campaign at the Boulder Atmospheric Observatory: Influence of urban and natural gas sources
Swarthout et al., September 2013
Source Signature of Volatile Organic Compounds from Oil and Natural Gas Operations in Northeastern Colorado
Gilman et al., February 2013