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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Grand Challenges and Opportunities for Greener Chemical Alternatives in Hydraulic Fracturing: A Perspective from the ACS Green Chemistry Institute Hydraulic Fracturing Roundtable
Harry et al., June 2020
Structure-based discovery of the endocrine disrupting effects of hydraulic fracturing chemicals as novel androgen receptor antagonists
Tachachartvanich et al., May 2020
Chemical characterization in hydraulic fracturing flowback and produced water (HF-FPW) of shale gas in Sichuan of China
Wang et al., May 2020
Public reporting of hydraulic fracturing chemicals in the USA, 2011–18: a before and after comparison of reporting formats
Trickey et al., May 2020
Geochemical and isotope analysis of produced water from the Utica/Point Pleasant Shale, Appalachian Basin
Tasker et al., April 2020
The geochemistry of produced waters from the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale, USA
Anna A. Hoffmann and David M. Borrok, March 2020
Developmental exposure to a mixture of unconventional oil and gas chemicals: A review of effects on adult health, behavior, and disease
Nagel et al., March 2020
Hydrochemistry of flowback water from Changning Shale gas field and associated shallow groundwater in Southern Sichuan Basin, China: Implications for the possible impact of shale gas development on groundwater quality
Gao et al., January 2020
Characterization of soil, sediment, and wastewater samples from hydraulic fracturing processes using the comparative NAA method
Kuatbek et al., November 2019
Geochemical and microbial characterizations of flowback and produced water in three shale oil and gas plays in the central and western United States
Wang et al., November 2019
An integrated hazard screening and indexing system for hydraulic fracturing chemical assessment
Hu et al., October 2019
Nontarget profiling of organic compounds in a temporal series of hydraulic fracturing flowback and produced waters
Sun et al., October 2019
Greenness Index Evaluation of Fracking Chemicals using SDS (Safety Data Sheet) Information
Yang Shen and Ponisseril Somasundaran, February 2019
Unconventional Oil and Gas Energy Systems: An Unidentified Hotspot of Antimicrobial Resistance
Campa et al., April 2021
Accuracy of methods for reporting inorganic element concentrations and radioactivity in oil and gas wastewaters from the Appalachian Basin, U.S. based on an inter-laboratory comparison
Tasker et al., April 2021
In vitro assessment of endocrine disrupting potential of organic fractions extracted from hydraulic fracturing flowback and produced water (HF-FPW)
He et al., December 2018
Toward better hydraulic fracturing fluids and their application in energy production: A review of sustainable technologies and reduction of potential environmental impacts
Thomas et al., September 2018
Degradation of polyethylene glycols and polypropylene glycols in microcosms simulating a spill of produced water in shallow groundwater
Rogers et al., September 2018
Chemical Composition of Rock Salt Brine Compared with Brine from Oil and Gas Wells
Kelly et al., September 2018
Identification of Proprietary Amino Ethoxylates in Hydraulic Fracturing Wastewater Using Liquid Chromatography/Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry with Solid Phase Extraction
Sitterley et al., August 2018
Halogenation Chemistry of Hydraulic Fracturing Additives under Highly Saline Simulated Subsurface Conditions
Andrew J. Sumner and Desiree L. Plata, July 2018
Impacts of shale gas production wastewater on disinfection byproduct formation: an investigation from a non-bromide perspective
Huang et al., July 2018
An integrated chemical management methodology for hydraulic fracturing: A fuzzy-based indexing approach
Hu et al., June 2018
Hazard assessment of hydraulic fracturing chemicals using an indexing method
Hu et al., April 2018
Non-Targeted chemical characterization of a Marcellus shale gas well through GC  × GC with scripting algorithms and high-resolution time-of-flight mass spectrometry
Piotrowski et al., March 2018
Common hydraulic fracturing fluid additives alter the structure and function of anaerobic microbial communities
Mumford et al., February 2018
Toxicological and Chemical Studies of Wastewater from Hydraulic Fracture and Conventional Shale Gas Wells
Crosby et al., April 2021
Exploring the hydraulic fracturing parameter space: a novel high-pressure, high-throughput reactor system for investigating subsurface chemical transformations
Andrew J. Sumner and Desiree L. Plata, April 2021
An analysis of chemicals and other constituents found in produced water from hydraulically fractured wells in California and the challenges for wastewater management
Emily A. Chittick and Tanja Srebotnjak, December 2017
Natural Attenuation of Nonionic Surfactants Used in Hydraulic Fracturing Fluids: Degradation Rates, Pathways, and Mechanisms
Heyob et al., December 2017
Temporal characterization and statistical analysis of flowback and produced waters and their potential for reuse
Oetjen et al., November 2017
Organic Chemical Characterization and Mass Balance of a Hydraulically Fractured Well: From Fracturing Fluid to Produced Water over 405 Days
Rosenblum et al., November 2017
Hazard assessment of hydraulic fracturing chemicals using an indexing method
Hu et al., November 2017
Organic compounds in hydraulic fracturing fluids and wastewaters: A review
Jenna L. Luek and Michael Gonsior, October 2017
Tools for Unknown Identification: Accurate Mass Analysis of Hydraulic Fracturing Waters
E. Michael Thurman and Imma Ferrer, September 2017
Characterization of the chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing fluids for wells located in the Marcellus Shale Play
Huan Chen and Kimberly E. Carter, September 2017
Characterizing the variability in chemical composition of flowback water – results from laboratory studies
Vieth-Hillebrand et al., September 2017
Chemicals usage in stimulation processes for shale gas and deep geothermal systems: A comprehensive review and comparison
Sutra et al., September 2017
Comparison of chemical-use between hydraulic fracturing, acidizing, and routine oil and gas development
Stringfellow et al., April 2017
Hydraulic fracturing fluids and their environmental impact: then, today, and tomorrow
M. P. Kreipl and A. T. Kreipl, February 2017
Physical-chemical evaluation of hydraulic fracturing chemicals in the context of produced water treatment
Camarillo et al., December 2016
A Review of Crosslinked Fracturing Fluids Prepared with Produced Water
Li et al., December 2016
Adsorption of hydraulic fracturing fluid components 2-butoxyethanol and furfural onto granular activated carbon and shale rock
Manz et al., September 2016
Adverse Reproductive and Developmental Health Outcomes Following Prenatal Exposure to a Hydraulic Fracturing Chemical Mixture in Female C57Bl/6 Mice
Kassotis et al., August 2016
Metal Associations in Marcellus Shale and Fate of Synthetic Hydraulic Fracturing Fluids Reacted at High Pressure and Temperature
Tasker et al., July 2016
Cytotoxic actions of 2,2-dibromo-3-nitrilopropionamide, a biocide in hydraulic fracturing fluids, on rat thymocytes
Ishikawa et al., June 2016
Estimating the Potential Toxicity of Chemicals Associated with Hydraulic Fracturing Operations Using Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationship Modeling
Yost et al., May 2016
Overview of Chronic Oral Toxicity Values for Chemicals Present in Hydraulic Fracturing Fluids, Flowback and Produced Waters
Yost et al., April 2016
Quantitative Survey and Structural Classification of Hydraulic Fracturing Chemicals Reported in Unconventional Gas Production
Martin Elsner and Kathrin Hoelzer, February 2016
A systematic evaluation of chemicals in hydraulic-fracturing fluids and wastewater for reproductive and developmental toxicity
Elliott et al., January 2016