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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Produced Water Surface Spills and the Risk for BTEX and Naphthalene Groundwater Contamination
Shores et al., November 2017
Analysis of gas leakage occurrence along wells in Alberta, Canada, from a GHG perspective – Gas migration outside well casing
Stefan Bachu, June 2017
Surface Casing Pressure As an Indicator of Well Integrity Loss and Stray Gas Migration in the Wattenberg Field, Colorado
Lackey et al., March 2017
Holistic risk assessment of surface water contamination due to Pb-210 in oil produced water from the Bakken Shale
Torres et al., February 2017
Mechanisms leading to potential impacts of shale gas development on groundwater quality
René Lefebvre, January 2017
Effect of local loads on shale gas well integrity during hydraulic fracturing process
Liu et al., January 2017
Strontium isotopes as a potential fingerprint of total dissolved solids associated with hydraulic-fracturing activities in the Barnett Shale, Texas
Richard B. Goldberg and Elizabeth M. Griffith, April 2021
Unconventional oil and gas spills: Materials, volumes, and risks to surface waters in four states of the U.S
Maloney et al., December 2016
Predicting Water Resource Impacts of Unconventional Gas Using Simple Analytical Equations
Cook et al., December 2016
Understanding shallow and deep flow for assessing the risk of hydrocarbon development to groundwater quality
Raynauld et al., December 2016
Secondary migration and leakage of methane from a major tight-gas system
James M. Wood and Hamed Sanei, November 2016
Spatial Risk Analysis of Hydraulic Fracturing near Abandoned and Converted Oil and Gas Wells
Brownlow et al., September 2016
Noble gas fractionation during subsurface gas migration
Sathaye et al., September 2016
Hydraulic fracturing and the environment: risk assessment for groundwater contamination from well casing failure
Jabbari et al., June 2016
The concept of well integrity in gas production activities
Peter Reichetseder, June 2016
Influence of Hydraulic Fracturing on Overlying Aquifers in the Presence of Leaky Abandoned Wells
Brownlow et al., May 2016
Numerical modeling of fracking fluid migration through fault zones and fractures in the North German Basin
Pfunt et al., April 2016
Numerical simulations of vertical growth of hydraulic fractures and brine migration in geological formations above the Marcellus shale
Myshakin et al., November 2015
The Depths of Hydraulic Fracturing and Accompanying Water Use Across the United States
Jackson et al., July 2015
Numerical investigation of methane and formation fluid leakage along the casing of a decommissioned shale gas well
Nowamooz et al., June 2015
Effective Permeabilities of Abandoned Oil and Gas Wells: Analysis of Data from Pennsylvania
Kang et al., April 2015
Numerical simulation of the environmental impact of hydraulic fracturing of tight/shale gas reservoirs on near-surface groundwater: Background, base cases, shallow reservoirs, short-term gas, and water transport
Reagan et al., April 2015
Wellbore stability model for shale gas reservoir considering the coupling of multi-weakness planes and porous flow
Liang et al., November 2014
Oil and gas wells and their integrity: Implications for shale and unconventional resource exploitation
Davies et al., September 2014
The fate of residual treatment water in gas shale
Engelder et al., September 2014
Leakage detection of Marcellus Shale natural gas at an Upper Devonian gas monitoring well: a 3-D numerical modeling approach
Zhang et al., August 2014
The integrity of oil and gas wells
Robert B. Jackson, July 2014
Assessment and risk analysis of casing and cement impairment in oil and gas wells in Pennsylvania, 2000–2012
Ingraffea et al., June 2014
Hydraulic Fracture Extending into Network in Shale: Reviewing Influence Factors and Their Mechanism
Ren et al., June 2014
Effect of Hydrofracking Fluid on Colloid Transport in the Unsaturated Zone
Sang et al., June 2014
Evidence and mechanisms for Appalachian Basin brine migration into shallow aquifers in NE Pennsylvania, USA
Garth T. Llewellyn, March 2014
Constraints on Upward Migration of Hydraulic Fracturing Fluid and Brine
Samuel A. Flewelling and Manu Sharma, January 1970
Assessing changes in gas migration pathways at a hydraulic fracturing site: Example from Greene County, Pennsylvania, USA
Sharma et al., April 2021
Hydraulic fracturing in faulted sedimentary basins: Numerical simulation of potential contamination of shallow aquifers over long time scales
Gassiat et al., December 2013
Hydraulic fracture height limits and fault interactions in tight oil and gas formations
Flewelling et al., July 2013
Potential Contaminant Pathways from Hydraulically Fractured Shale to Aquifers
Cohen et al., May 2013
The Utica Shale and gas play in southern Quebec: Geological and hydrogeological syntheses and methodological approaches to groundwater risk evaluation
Lavoie et al., April 2021
Capillary tension and imbibition sequester frack fluid in Marcellus gas shale
Terry Engelder, December 2012
Water pollution risk associated with natural gas extraction from the Marcellus Shale
Daniel J Rozell and Sheldon J Reaven, August 2012
Transport properties of unconventional gas systems
Amann-Hildenbrand et al., March 2012
Evaluating Domestic Well Vulnerability to Contamination From Unconventional Oil and Gas Development Sites
Soriano et al., March 2012