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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Methane Emissions from Abandoned Oil and Gas Wells in Canada and the United States
Williams et al., January 2021
Mobile Measurement System for the Rapid and Cost-Effective Surveillance of Methane and Volatile Organic Compound Emissions from Oil and Gas Production Sites
Zhou et al., December 2020
Air pollution risk associated with unconventional shale gas development
Nur H. Orak and Natalie J. Pekney, November 2020
Investigating large methane enhancements in the U.S. San Juan Basin
Pétron et al., November 2020
Methane Emissions from Abandoned Oil and Gas Wells in California
Lebel et al., October 2020
New Mexico Permian Basin Measured Well Pad Methane Emissions Are a Factor of 5–9 Times Higher Than U.S. EPA Estimates
Robertson et al., October 2020
Variability observed over time in methane emissions from abandoned oil and gas wells
Riddick et al., September 2020
Methane concentrations in streams reveal gas leak discharges in regions of oil, gas, and coal development
Woda et al., June 2020
Reported methane emissions from active oil and gas wells in Pennsylvania, 2014-2018
ingraffea et al., April 2020
Quantifying CH4 concentration spikes above baseline and attributing CH4 sources to hydraulic fracturing activities by continuous monitoring at an off-site tower
Russell et al., March 2020
Unmanned aerial vehicle observations of cold venting from exploratory hydraulic fracturing in the United Kingdom
Shah et al., February 2020
Preindustrial 14 CH 4 indicates greater anthropogenic fossil CH 4 emissions
Hmiel et al., February 2020
Cumulative environmental and employment impacts of the shale gas boom
Mayfield et al., November 2019
A baseline of atmospheric greenhouse gases for prospective UK shale gas sites
Shaw et al., September 2019
Reducing methane emissions from abandoned oil and gas wells: Strategies and costs
Kang et al., September 2019
Flaring in two Texas shale areas: Comparison of bottom-up with top-down volume estimates for 2012 to 2015
Katherine Ann Willyard and Gunnar W. Schade, July 2019
Assessing the impact of future greenhouse gas emissions from natural gas production
Crow et al., June 2019
Emission scenarios of a potential shale gas industry in Germany and the United Kingdom
Cremonese et al., May 2019
Assessment of the Bacharach Hi Flow® Sampler Characteristics and Potential Failure Modes when Measuring Methane Emissions
Connolly et al., May 2019
Importance of Superemitter Natural Gas Well Pads in the Marcellus Shale
Caulton et al., May 2019
Long-Term Measurements Show Little Evidence for Large Increases in Total U.S. Methane Emissions over the Past Decade
Lan et al., April 2021
Methane emissions from conventional and unconventional oil and gas production sites in southeastern Saskatchewan, Canada
Baillie et al., April 2021
Life Cycle Assessment of a shale gas exploration and exploitation project in the province of Burgos, Spain
Costa et al., December 2018
Ethylene Supply in a Fluid Context: Implications of Shale Gas and Climate Change
Gillian Foster, November 2018
Temporal variability largely explains top-down/bottom-up difference in methane emission estimates from a natural gas production region
Vaughn et al., October 2018
Atmospheric impacts of a natural gas development within the urban context of Morgantown, West Virginia
Williams et al., October 2018
Methane emissions from natural gas production sites in the United States: Data synthesis and national estimate
Omara et al., September 2018
Life cycle greenhouse gas emissions and freshwater consumption of liquefied Marcellus shale gas used for international power generation
Mallapragada et al., September 2018
Evaluating methods to estimate methane emissions from oil and gas production facilities using LES simulations
Saide et al., August 2018
Assessment of CO2 emission reduction potentials in the Chinese oil and gas extraction industry: From a technical and cost-effective perspective
Sun et al., August 2018
Hack fracking for more methane
Michael A. Funk, July 2018
Assessment of methane emissions from the U.S. oil and gas supply chain
Alvarez et al., June 2018
Estimated Emissions from the Prime-Movers of Unconventional Natural Gas Well Development Using Recently Collected In-Use Data in the United States
Johnson et al., April 2018
Fracking and Climate Change—Reply
Russell A. Wilke and Jerome W. Freeman, April 2018
Fracking and Climate Change
Howard Frumkin and Jonathan Patz, April 2018
Emissions of organic compounds from produced water ponds I: Characteristics and speciation
Lyman et al., April 2018
On Methane Emissions from Shale Gas Development
Umeozor et al., March 2018
Measuring Leak Rates from Abandoned Natural Gas Wells in Western Pennsylvania
Bradshaw et al., January 2018
Retraction: Methane Emissions From the Marcellus Shale in Southwestern Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia Based on Airborne Measurements
Ren et al., January 2018
The tradeoff between water and carbon footprints of Barnett Shale gas
Absar et al., April 2021
Greenhouse gas emissions and fuel efficiency of in-use high horsepower diesel, dual fuel, and natural gas engines for unconventional well development
Johnson et al., November 2017
Mobile measurement of methane emissions from natural gas developments in northeastern British Columbia, Canada
Atherton et al., October 2017
Quantifying alkane emissions in the Eagle Ford Shale using boundary layer enhancement
Geoffrey Roest and Gunnar Schade, September 2017
Spatiotemporal Variability of Methane Emissions at Oil and Natural Gas Operations in the Eagle Ford Basin
Lavoie et al., July 2017
Analysis of gas leakage occurrence along wells in Alberta, Canada, from a GHG perspective – Gas migration outside well casing
Stefan Bachu, June 2017
Methane emissions from the Marcellus Shale in southwestern Pennsylvania and northern West Virginia based on airborne measurements
Ren et al., April 2017
Airborne quantification of methane emissions over the Four Corners region
Smith et al., April 2017
Methane, black carbon, and ethane emissions from natural gas flares in the Bakken Shale, ND
Gvakharia 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
System-wide and Superemitter Policy Options for the Abatement of Methane Emissions from the U.S. Natural Gas System
Mayfield et al., February 2017