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Shale Gas Development - Stanford University

natural gas, it is critically important for shale gas resources to be developed safely and in an environ-mentally responsible and socially acceptable manner. Challenges: Limiting the Environmental Impacts of Shale Gas Development Development of shale gas resources is a large-scale industrial process that involves drilling tens of

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Shale Gas 101 Department of Energy

Is shale gas development regulated at the federal, state or local level? In many cases, all three. At a minimum there are eight federal environmental and public health laws that apply to unconventional oil and gas development, which includes shale resources; however, for some of these laws, key exemptions or limitations in regulatory coverage ...

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Shale Research Development Department of Energy

Each oil and natural gas basin in the U.S. has unique reservoir properties and requires specific strategies for oil and gas production. The DOE’s basin specific strategy uses a three-prong research approach - field laboratories, fundamental shale research, and a data driven approach (employing high performance computing/artificial intelligence and machine learning/big data technologies) to ...

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US Shale Gas Development

policy, and technology history of shale gas development in the United States to ascertain what led to the shale gas boom. For a much more detailed review, see our discussion paper (Wang and Krupnick 2013). In the past decade, shale gas experienced an extraordinary boom in the United States, accounting for only 1.6 percent of

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Shale Gas and the Environment - Carnegie Mellon

interface of shale gas development and environmental protection so the nation can better prepare for its energy future. WHAT IS SHALE GAS? Shale gas is one of several forms of “unconventional gas,” which also includes coalbed methane, tight sand gas and methane hydrates. Shale gas is trapped

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Shale gas development and regional economic growth ...

Shale gas development and regional economic growth: Evidence from Fuling, China Author links open overlay panel Yingdan Mei a Wenbo Liu a Jianliang Wang a b Yongmei Bentley c Show more

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Technically Recoverable Shale Oil and Shale Gas

May 17, 2013  The shale formations assessed in this supplement as in the previous report were selected for a combination of factors that included the availability of data, country-level natural gas import dependence, observed large shale formations, and observations of activities by companies and governments directed at shale resource development.

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MARCELLUS SHALE DEVELOPMENT

exploration, development and recovery of Marcellus Shale natural gas reservoirs in a manner that will protect the state‟s natural resources and the environment. To drill a new Marcellus Shale natural gas well in Pennsylvania, the operator must obtain a well permit from DEP and post a bond.

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Modern Shale Gas Development in the United States: A

It provides an overview of modern shale gas development, as well as a summary of federal, state, and local regulations applicable to the natural gas production industry, and describes environmental considerations related to shale gas development. Clean-burning natural gas will continue to play a vital role in meeting U.S. energy needs.

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Marcellus Shale Gas Development and Farming

The rapid growth in shale gas development could have the most pronounced effects in rural and more remote local communities. Within the Marcellus region, shale gas drilling and production primarily occurs in rural counties, and in the case of northeastern Pennsylvania, counties without traditional gas and

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Shale Gas Development BAI

Shale Gas Development. BAI along with our affiliate (Tioga Environmental Consulting) are well positioned in Pennsylvania and adjacent states to assist with our client’s design and permitting needs associated with the implementation of production and transmission line projects. We are capable of assisting our client with the implementation of ...

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Shale gas development and regional economic growth ...

Shale gas development and regional economic growth: Evidence from Fuling, China Author links open overlay panel Yingdan Mei a Wenbo Liu a Jianliang Wang a b Yongmei Bentley c Show more

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Shale Gas

As shale gas development has expanded, so have concerns about the potential health and environmental risks associated with the activity. A February 2013 study by Resources for the Future reflected broad consensus across industry, government, universities, and environmental groups about some of the potential risks posed by developing shale gas.

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Shale Gas Development and Regional Economic Growth ...

Oct 06, 2021  Shale gas development and sales can create more possible expenditure and increase revenue through mining license fees, corporate income tax and value-added tax. Other explanatory variables are in Table 2. In order to avoid multi-collinearity among variables, our analysis utilizes the ratio of multiple variables to regional GDP as indicators. ...

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Shale gas development in China aided by government ...

Sep 30, 2015  Initial shale gas development has been focused on the Longmaxi formation in the Sichuan Basin, which is estimated to hold technically recoverable volumes of 287 Tcf. According to MLR, Sinopec and PetroChina are on schedule to reach 0.6 Bcf/d of shale gas production by the end of 2015.

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Ecological risks of shale oil and gas development to ...

Extensive development of shale resources has occurred within the United States over the past decade, yet full build out is not Technological advances in hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling have led to the exploration and exploitation of shale oil and gas both nationally and internationally.

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Unconventional Oil and Natural Gas Development US EPA

Feb 24, 2021  Responsible development of America's shale gas resources offers important economic, energy security, and environmental benefits. We work with states and other key stakeholders to help ensure that the economic prosperity from unconventional oil and natural gas extraction does not come at the expense of public health and the environment.

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The Process of Unconventional Natural Gas Production US EPA

Jan 04, 2021  Coalbed methane production began in the 1980s; shale gas extraction is even more recent. The main enabling technologies, hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling, have opened up new areas for oil and gas development, with particular focus on natural gas reservoirs such as shale, coalbed and tight sands. Shale Gas Extraction. Shale rock ...

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Natural Gas Now Best Picks – October 9, 2021 - Shale ...

1 天前  Read Natural Gas Now Best Picks – October 9, 2021 and the latest news and updates in the oil and gas industry from Shale Directories. +1 (610) 764-1232 Business Listings

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(PDF) Shale Oil Gas as an Alternative Source of Energy ...

Shale oil gas development requires greater service in downstream segments, which cater to significant latent gas than the conventional oil gas. demand in the country. Initially the price of shale gas would not be practicable for power and fertilizer production but it can be b) Need to provide an environment which is responsible for utilized ...

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N9 SHALE GAS - UNCTAD

UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE ON TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT New York and Geneva, 2018 SHALE GAS SHALE GAS N9 Special issue on shale gas COMMODITIES AT A GLANCE

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Explore Shale. Marcellus Shale Development, Geology and Water.

Each drill site requires between 3 and 5 million gallons of water per frack Fracking: Hydraulic fracturing (fracking) is the process of injecting fluids under high pressure into a well to create fractures in deep shale rock that allow natural gas to escape..Based on approximately 1,500 horizontal wells fracked in 2011, Pennsylvania used about 12-20 million gallons of water per day for ...

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Indirect Emissions of Carbon Dioxide from Marcellus Shale ...

shale gas development requires either high-density well spacing, and/or long laterals to maximize the area of extraction, and thereby the volume of gas produced from a given spatial extent of the matrix. Modern conventional gas wells, while typically vertically drilled, may also

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Marcellus Shale Gas Development and Farming

The rapid growth in shale gas development could have the most pronounced effects in rural and more remote local communities. Within the Marcellus region, shale gas drilling and production primarily occurs in rural counties, and in the case of northeastern Pennsylvania, counties without traditional gas and

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AN OVERVIEW OF MODERN SHALE GAS DEVELOPMENT IN

shale gas development. This paper responds to these needs by describing the importance of shale gas in meeting the future energy needs of the United States (U.S.) and providing an overview of modern shale gas development.

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Optimization Strategies for Shale Gas Asset Development

With the recent boom in US shale gas production, optimal development of these as-sets has become a topic of signi cant interest. In addition to the complex physics typically associated with shale plays, eld development optimization can be a chal-lenging problem itself when binary, integer and continuous variables are concurrently present.

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The Great, Global Shale-Gas Development Race

Jul 17, 2013  Shale gas is a complex resource to develop, and operators have far less experience with it than they do with conventional oil and gas. Not all shales are commercially viable, and in many regions, geological, commercial, and regulatory challenges will prevent the relatively rapid, large-scale development that is occurring in North America.

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Shale Gas Development and Regional Economic Growth ...

Oct 06, 2021  Shale gas development and sales can create more possible expenditure and increase revenue through mining license fees, corporate income tax and value-added tax. Other explanatory variables are in Table 2. In order to avoid multi-collinearity among variables, our analysis utilizes the ratio of multiple variables to regional GDP as indicators. ...

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(PDF) The Economics of Shale Gas Development Charles ...

The Economics of Shale Gas Development Charles F. Mason Lucija A. Muehlenbachs Sheila M. Olmstead* University of Wyoming, University of Calgary and University of Texas at Austin and London School of Economics Resources for the Future Resources for the Future (Grantham Institute) and [email protected] P.O. Box Y, E2700 Resources for the Future Austin, TX 78713

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Shale Gas and Water Resources in Pennsylvania

Shale Gas and Water Resources in Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania Water Science Center and other USGS scientists are studying water availability, use, quality, and ecology associated with development of shale-gas energy resources in Pennsylvania. Shale-gas development in Pennsylvania is focused on the Marcellus Shale.

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Impact of Shale Gas Development on Water Resources: A Case ...

Apr 16, 2015  There is increasing interest in the development of shale gas as a potential energy source in Europe. Resource estimates have been made for several member states (USDE 2011; Pearson et al. 2012), and exploration is on-going.Due to the low permeability of shale, alternative technologies are applied to increase the recovery rate of the gas.

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A framework for Social Impact Assessment of shale gas ...

The social impacts of shale gas development are unevenly distributed. Those with capacity and information can prosper while inflexible or vulnerable groups can be negatively affected. 5. Social impacts, such as impacts on local social cohesion, and psycho-social stress, arise well

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SHALE OIL: Exploration and Development

Acoustic and Thermal Characterization of Oil Migration, Gas Hydrates Formation and Silica Diagenesis, PhD. Thesis, Columbia University ... Bartis et. al. Oil Shale Development in the United States . p. 50. Rand Santa Monica, California: 2005 7. Peters et. al. Plant Design And Economics For Chemical Engineers . P. 516, Mcgraw-Hill: New York 2003.

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Shale Gas Development and Property Values: Differences ...

Sep 15, 2012  While shale gas development can result in rapid local economic development, negative externalities associated with the process may adversely affect the prices of nearby homes. We utilize a triple-difference estimator and exploit the public water service area boundary in Washington County, Pennsylvania to identify the housing capitalization of ...

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Global Shale Gas Development: Water Availability ...

Sep 02, 2014  In addition to examining water availability and shale resource development from a global perspective (Figure ES1), this report analyzes for the first time water availability in each shale play (prospective areas within the shale formation where gas and oil could be commercially extracted) for 11 countries: Algeria, Argentina, Australia, Canada ...

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Shale gas development and infant health: Evidence from ...

Abstract. This research exploits the introduction of shale gas wells in Pennsylvania in response to growing controversy around the drilling method of hydraulic fracturing. Using detailed location data on maternal addresses and GIS coordinates of gas wells, this study examines singleton births to mothers residing close to a shale gas well from ...

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Study: Shale gas development has brought economic benefits ...

Dec 16, 2019  Study: Shale gas development has brought economic benefits, but also premature deaths Carnegie Mellon University study focused on Pennsylvania, Ohio,

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