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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Radon in groundwater baseline study prior to unconventional shale gas development and hydraulic fracturing in the Karoo Basin (South Africa)
Botha et al., February 2019
Towards defining a baseline status of scarce groundwater resources in anticipation of hydraulic fracturing in the Eastern Cape Karoo, South Africa: salinity, aquifer yields and groundwater levels
Stroebel et al., May 2018
Exploring the links between groundwater quality and bacterial communities near oil and gas extraction activities
Santos et al., March 2018
Radium geochemical monitoring in well waters at regional and local scales: An environmental impact indicator-based approach
Lagacé et al., April 2021
A baseline survey of dissolved methane in aquifers of Great Britain
Bell et al., December 2017
Shale gas impacts on groundwater resources: Understanding the behavior of a shallow aquifer around a fracking site in Poland
Montcoudiol et al., September 2017
Developing a groundwater vulnerability map for unconventional oil and gas extraction: a case study from South Africa
Surina Esterhuyse, September 2017
Assessing Methane in Shallow Groundwater in Unconventional Oil and Gas Play Areas, Eastern Kentucky
Zhu et al., August 2017
Assessment of the physicochemical characteristics of surface waterbodies in a region earmarked for shale gas exploration (Eastern Cape Karoo, South Africa)
Mabidi et al., April 2021
Groundwater Baseline Water Quality in a Shale Gas Exploration Site and Fracturing Fluid - Shale Rock Interaction
Huang et al., April 2021
Hydraulic Fracturing in the Upper Humboldt River Basin, Nevada, USA
Thomas et al., April 2021
Establishing the Baseline in Groundwater Chemistry in Connection with Shale-gas Exploration: Vale of Pickering, UK
Smedley et al., April 2021
Geochemical Characteristics of Shallow Groundwater in Jiaoshiba Shale Gas Production Area: Implications for Environmental Concerns
Li et al., November 2016
The Upper Ordovician black shales of southern Quebec (Canada) and their significance for naturally occurring hydrocarbons in shallow groundwater
Lavoie et al., March 2016
Baseline groundwater quality in unconventional oil and gas fields
Audrey D. Levine and Mark J. Benotti, December 2015
Pre-drilling water-quality data of groundwater prior to shale gas drilling in the Appalachian Basin: Analysis of the Chesapeake Energy Corporation dataset
Siegel et al., December 2015
Establishing baseline water quality for household wells within the Marcellus Shale gas region, Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
Amy L. Rhodes and Nicholas J. Horton, September 2015
Iodine as a sensitive tracer for detecting influence of organic-rich shale in shallow groundwater
Lu et al., September 2015
Pre-drilling background groundwater quality in the Deep River Triassic Basin of central North Carolina, USA
Down et al., September 2015
Methane baseline concentrations and sources in shallow aquifers from the shale gas-prone region of the St. Lawrence Lowlands (Quebec, Canada)
Moritz et al., March 2015
Using Discriminant Analysis to Determine Sources of Salinity in Shallow Groundwater Prior to Hydraulic Fracturing
Lautz et al., July 2014
A geochemical context for stray gas investigations in the northern Appalachian Basin: Implications of analyses of natural gases from Neogene-through Devonian-age strata
Baldassare et al., February 2014
Groundwater Ages and Mixing in the Piceance Basin Natural Gas Province, Colorado
McMahon et al., December 2013