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
Unconventional Oil and Gas Production: Waste Management and the Water Cycle
Liden et al., October 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
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
Organic geochemistry and toxicology of a stream impacted by unconventional oil and gas wastewater disposal operations
Orem et al., April 2021
Wastewater Disposal from Unconventional Oil and Gas Development Degrades Stream Quality at a West Virginia Injection Facility
Akob et al., May 2016
The impact of commercially treated oil and gas produced water discharges on bromide concentrations and modeled brominated trihalomethane disinfection byproducts at two downstream municipal drinking water plants in the upper Allegheny River, Pennsylvania, USA
Landis et al., January 2016
Potential influence of drill cuttings landfill on groundwater quality—comparison of leaching tests results and groundwater composition
Kujawska et al., January 2016
Shifts in microbial community structure and function in surface waters impacted by unconventional oil and gas wastewater revealed by metagenomics
Fahrenfeld et al., April 2021
Application of ICP-OES for evaluating energy extraction and production wastewater discharge impacts on surface waters in Western Pennsylvania
Pancras et al., October 2015
Identification and quantification of regional brine and road salt sources in watersheds along the New York/Pennsylvania border, USA
Johnson et al., September 2015
Detection of water contamination from hydraulic fracturing wastewater: a μPAD for bromide analysis in natural waters
Loh et al., July 2015
Identification of local groundwater pollution in northeastern Pennsylvania: Marcellus flowback or not?
Reilly et al., June 2015
Enhanced Formation of Disinfection By-Products in Shale Gas Wastewater-Impacted Drinking Water Supplies
Parker et al., September 2014
Effect of Hydrofracking Fluid on Colloid Transport in the Unsaturated Zone
Sang et al., June 2014
Surface disposal of produced waters in western and southwestern Pennsylvania: Potential for accumulation of alkali-earth elements in sediments
Skalak et al., June 2014
Discharges of produced waters from oil and gas extraction via wastewater treatment plants are sources of disinfection by-products to receiving streams
Hladik et al., January 2014
Impacts of Shale Gas Wastewater Disposal on Water Quality in Western Pennsylvania
Warner et al., October 2013
Brominated THMs in Drinking Water: A Possible Link to Marcellus Shale and Other Wastewaters
States et al., August 2013
Assessment of effluent contaminants from three facilities discharging Marcellus Shale wastewater to surface waters in Pennsylvania
Ferrar et al., April 2013
Shale gas development impacts on surface water quality in Pennsylvania
Olmstead et al., March 2013