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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Human-induced or natural hazard? Factors influencing perceptions of actions to be taken in response to induced seismicity
Tracy et al., April 2021
Unprecedented quiescence in resource development area allowsdetection of long-lived latent seismicity
Rebecca O. Salvage and David W. Eaton, December 2020
Vulnerability of populations exposed to seismic risk in the state of Oklahoma
Derakhshan et al., November 2020
Green, yellow, red, or out of the blue? An assessment of Traffic Light Schemes to mitigate the impact of hydraulic fracturing-induced seismicity
James P. Verdon and Julian J. Bommer, October 2020
A new perspective on the hydraulics of oilfield wastewater disposal: how PTX conditions affect fluid pressure transients that cause earthquakes
Pollyea et al., August 2020
Hydraulic fracturing operation for oil and gas production and associated earthquake activities across the USA
Valeria Villa and Ramesh P. Singh, May 2020
Newly emerging cases of hydraulic fracturing induced seismicity in the Duvernay East Shale Basin
Ryan Schultz and Ruijia Wang, March 2020
Human-Induced Seismicity: Risk perceptions in the State of Oklahoma
Campbell et al., January 2020
A Study on the Largest Hydraulic‐Fracturing‐Induced Earthquake in Canada: Observations and Static Stress‐Drop Estimation
Wang et al., April 2021
Short‐Term Probabilistic Hazard Assessment in Regions of Induced Seismicity
Ganyu Teng and Jack W. Baker, April 2021
Induced Seismicity in the Delaware Basin, West Texas, is Caused by Hydraulic Fracturing and Wastewater Disposal
Savvaidis et al., April 2021
Well Proximity Governing Stress Drop Variation and Seismic Attenuation Associated with Hydraulic Fracturing Induced Earthquakes
Yu et al., April 2021
Factors Influencing the Probability of Hydraulic Fracturing‐Induced Seismicity in Oklahoma
Ries et al., April 2021
High‐Resolution Imaging of Hydraulic‐Fracturing‐Induced Earthquake Clusters in the Dawson‐Septimus Area, Northeast British Columbia, Canada
Roth et al., April 2021
Risk‐Informed Recommendations for Managing Hydraulic Fracturing–Induced Seismicity via Traffic Light Protocols
Schultz et al., April 2021
Induced seismicity in the Delaware Basin, Texas
Skoumal et al., December 2019
Politics, climate change, and earthquakes: Public perceptions of oil and gas impacts in Oklahoma
Gray et al., December 2019
Potential increase in oil and gas well leakage due to earthquakes
Kang et al., November 2019
Onset and cause of increased seismic activity near Pecos, West Texas, USA from observations at the Lajitas TXAR Seismic Array
Frohlich et al., November 2019
Assessing the potential of cross-contamination from oil and gas hydraulic fracturing: A case study in northeastern British Columbia, Canada
Wisen et al., September 2019
Determinants of earthquake damage liability assignment in Oklahoma: A Bayesian Tobit censored approach
John N. Ng'ombe and Tracy A. Boyer, August 2019
High density oilfield wastewater disposal causes deeper, stronger, and more persistent earthquakes
Pollyea et al., July 2019
A review of the current status of induced seismicity monitoring for hydraulic fracturing in unconventional tight oil and gas reservoirs
Li et al., April 2019
Induced seismicity driven by fluid diffusion revealed by a near-field hydraulic stimulation monitoring array in the Montney Basin, British Columbia
Yu et al., April 2021
Source‐Mechanism Analysis and Stress Inversion for Hydraulic‐Fracturing‐Induced Event Sequences near Fox Creek, AlbertaSource‐Mechanism Analysis and Stress Inversion
Zhang et al., April 2021
Quantifying the induced fracture slip and casing deformation in hydraulically fracturing shale gas wells
Yin et al., December 2018
Earthquakes Induced by Hydraulic Fracturing Are Pervasive in Oklahoma
Skoumal et al., December 2018
Spatiotemporal Assessment of Induced Seismicity in Oklahoma: Foreseeable Fewer Earthquakes for Sustainable Oil and Gas Extraction?
Hong et al., January 1970
Faults and associated karst collapse suggest conduits for fluid flow that influence hydraulic fracturing-induced seismicity
Galloway et al., October 2018
Oklahoma earthquakes and the price of oil
Travis Roach, October 2018
The spatial footprint of injection wells in a global compilation of induced earthquake sequences
Thomas H. W. Goebel and Emily E. Brodsky, August 2018
Analytical investigation of hydraulic fracture-induced seismicity and fault activation
Zhao et al., July 2018
Induced seismicity response of hydraulic fracturing: results of a multidisciplinary monitoring at the Wysin site, Poland
López-Comino et al., June 2018
Interevent Triggering in Microseismicity Induced by Hydraulic Fracturing
Maghsoudi et al., June 2018
How to Reduce Fluid-Injection-Induced Seismicity
Zang et al., April 2018
Fracking: How far from faults?
Wilson et al., February 2018
SBAS Analysis of Induced Ground Surface Deformation from Wastewater Injection in East Central Oklahoma, USA
Elizabeth Loesch and Vasit Sagan, February 2018
Oklahoma’s induced seismicity strongly linked to wastewater injection depth
Hincks et al., February 2018
Maturity of nearby faults influences seismic hazard from hydraulic fracturing
Kozłowska et al., January 2018
Hydraulic fracturing volume is associated with induced earthquake productivity in the Duvernay play
Schultz et al., January 2018
Geospatial analysis of Oklahoma (USA) earthquakes (2011–2016): Quantifying the limits of regional-scale earthquake mitigation measures
Pollyea et al., January 2018
Monitoring for Potentially Induced Seismicity in the St. Lawrence Valley of Quebec, Canada, during the Hydraulic Fracturing Operations of 2006–2010
Maurice Lamontagne, April 2021
Managing Basin‐Scale Fluid Budgets to Reduce Injection‐Induced Seismicity from the Recent U.S. Shale Oil Revolution
Scanlon et al., April 2021
Induced Seismicity in Western Canada Linked to Tectonic Strain Rate: Implications for Regional Seismic Hazard
Kao et al., April 2021
Addressing the risks of induced seismicity in subsurface energy operations
Porter et al., April 2021
Risk assessment of seismic hazards in hydraulic fracturing areas based on fuzzy comprehensive evaluation and AHP method (FAHP): A case analysis of Shangluo area in Yibin City, Sichuan Province, China
Hu et al., April 2021
Injection-induced moment release can also be aseismic
A. McGarr and Andrew J. Barbour, April 2021
Temporal variations of near-surface anisotropy induced by hydraulic fracturing at a shale play site in southwest China
Zuo et al., April 2021
Seismicity induced by wastewater injection in Washington County, Ohio: Influence of preexisting structure, regional stress regime, and well operations
Currie et al., April 2021
Faults and non-double-couple components for induced earthquakes
Wang et al., April 2021