A new frontier in natural gas production
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High surface treating pressures and high temperatures create a fracturing challenge.
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Oil and gas industry production history in this diverse play
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Predominant use of 100 percent nitrogen fracturing results in production success.
Operators face fiscal obstacles when producing in this unconventional play.
Oklahoma's Versatile Play
Natural gas production has declined, but operations continue in this gas- and liquid-rich area.
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If commercially recoverable natural gas exists throughout the area, this shale could be one of the largest known natural gas fields.
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Responsible consolidation of surface locations and facilities is a focus in this play.
With nearly doubled rates in 2012, the Marcellus Shale continues its dominance in U.S. natural gas production.
A New Focus on Responsible Development
A revolution concentrating on responsibility is taking place in North American unconventional oil and gas extraction—particularly in the Marcellus Shale.