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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The impact of water scarcity on support for hydraulic fracturing regulation: A water-energy nexus study
Bryce Hannibal and Kent Portney, November 2020
Hydraulic fracturing design considerations, water management challenges and insights for Middle Eastern shale gas reservoirs
Suboyin et al., November 2020
Activity and Water Footprint of Unconventional Energy Production under Hydroclimate Variation in Colorado
Du et al., October 2020
Recycling flowback water for hydraulic fracturing in Sichuan Basin, China: Implications for gas production, water footprint, and water quality of regenerated flowback water
Liu et al., July 2020
Water use for shale gas development in China’s Fuling shale gas field
Shi et al., May 2020
Will Water Issues Constrain Oil and Gas Production in the U.S.?
Scanlon et al., February 2020
Comment on “The intensification of the water footprint of hydraulic fracturing”
Daniel Raimi, February 2020
Water scarcity assessment based on estimated ultimate energy recovery and water footprint framework during shale gas production in the Changning play
Wu et al., December 2019
Water footprint of hydraulic fracturing in Northeastern British Columbia, Canada
Wisen et al., December 2019
Irrigating underground: Assembling, disassembling, and reassembling the hydraulic fracturing energy-water nexus
Adrianne Kroepsch, May 2019
A screening approach to improve water management practices in undeveloped shale plays, with application to the transboundary Eagle Ford Formation in northeast Mexico
Hernández-Espriú et al., April 2019
Estimation of the water cycle related to shale gas production under high data uncertainties: Dutch perspective
Butkovskyi et al., February 2019
An experimental study to measure the required fresh water and treated water for drilling an unconventional shale reservoir
Ebadati et al., January 2019
Life Cycle Assessment of a shale gas exploration and exploitation project in the province of Burgos, Spain
Costa et al., December 2018
The water-energy-food nexus of unconventional oil and gas extraction in the Vaca Muerta Play, Argentina
Lorenzo Rosa and Paolo D’Odorico, October 2018
Water resource selection and optimisation for shale gas developments in Australia: A combinatorial approach
Cruz et al., October 2018
Optimal design of water networks for shale gas hydraulic fracturing including economic and environmental criteria
López-Díaz et al., September 2018
Rising water use
James Gallagher, September 2018
The Human Right to Water and Unconventional Energy
Palmer et al., August 2018
The water footprint of hydraulic fracturing in Sichuan Basin, China
Zou et al., July 2018
Environmental Impacts of Replacing Slickwater with Low/No-Water Fracturing Fluids for Shale Gas Recovery
Lin et al., May 2018
Hydraulic Fracturing: A Review of Implications for Food Systems Planning
Pothukuchi et al., May 2018
Exceptional Drought and Unconventional Energy Production
Reid B. Stevens and Gregory L. Torell, April 2018
Water Stress from High-Volume Hydraulic Fracturing Potentially Threatens Aquatic Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in Arkansas, United States
Entrekin et al., January 2018
Integrated Shale Gas Supply Chain Design and Water Management under Uncertainty
Guerra et al., April 2021
The tradeoff between water and carbon footprints of Barnett Shale gas
Absar et al., April 2021
The Water-Energy Nexus of Hydraulic Fracturing: A Global Hydrologic Analysis for Shale Oil and Gas Extraction
Rosa et al., April 2021
A comparative study of water-related issues in the context of hydraulic fracturing in Texas and Spain
Buono et al., December 2017
Unconventional Oil and Gas Production: Waste Management and the Water Cycle
Liden et al., October 2017
Water use in unconventional oil and gas development: an assessment on water use metric evaluation and selection
McAuliff et al., October 2017
Economic assessment and review of waterless fracturing technologies in shale resource development: A case study
Kohshou et al., October 2017
Baseflow recession analysis in a large shale play: Climate variability and anthropogenic alterations mask effects of hydraulic fracturing
Arciniega-Esparza et al., October 2017
Projecting the Water Footprint Associated with Shale Resource Production: Eagle Ford Shale Case Study
Ikonnikova et al., August 2017
Multilayer geospatial analysis of water availability for shale resources development in Mexico
Galdeano et al., August 2017
Water Use for Hydraulic Fracturing of Oil and Gas in the South Platte River Basin, Colorado
Walker et al., August 2017
Scenario analysis for assessing the impact of hydraulic fracturing on stream low flows using the SWAT model
Shrestha et al., April 2017
Comparative analysis of hydraulic fracturing wastewater practices in unconventional shale development: Water sourcing, treatment and disposal practices
Alessi et al., April 2017
Life cycle assessment of greenhouse gas emissions and water-energy optimization for shale gas supply chain planning based on multi-level approach: Case study in Barnett, Marcellus, Fayetteville, and Haynesville shales
Chen et al., February 2017
Critical Review of Risks to Water Resources from Hydraulic Fracturing
Gill et al., April 2021
Prospects for shale gas production in China: Implications for water demand
Guo et al., December 2016
Environmental life cycle analysis of water and CO2-based fracturing fluids used in unconventional gas production
Wilkins et al., November 2016
Probabilistic assessment of shale gas production and water demand at Xiuwu Basin in China
Zou et al., October 2016
Using an Analytical Solution Approach to Permit High Volume Groundwater Withdrawals
Jayawan et al., October 2016
Water acquisition and use during unconventional oil and gas development and the existing data challenges: Weld and Garfield counties, CO
Oikonomou et al., October 2016
Optimal water resources management and system benefit for the Marcellus shale-gas reservoir in Pennsylvania and West Virginia
Cheng et al., September 2016
Unconventional oil and gas extraction in South Africa: water linkages within the population–environment–development nexus and its policy implications
Esterhuyse et al., April 2016
Water usage for natural gas production through hydraulic fracturing in the United States from 2008 to 2014
Huan Chen and Kimberly E. Carter, April 2016
Water Use and Management in the Bakken Shale Oil Play in North Dakota
Horner et al., March 2016
Water Availability for Shale Gas Development in Sichuan Basin, China
Yu et al., February 2016
An analysis of the challenges for groundwater governance during shale gas development in South Africa
Pietersen et al., January 2016