April 2010 Vol. 237 No. 4


From Drake To The Marcellus Shale Gas Play--Distribution Developments

The North American shale gas revolution is entering a new phase of activity with gas production in the “Big 7” shale gas plays: Antrim, Barnett, Devonian, Fayetteville, Woodford, Haynesville and Marcellus, now estimated to be on track to rise to between 27-39 Bcf/d over the next decade – with the Marcellus now singularly recognized as the largest unconventional natural gas reserve in the world. The very presence of shale gas in the domestic supply is fundamentally altering the supply equation and conventional wisdom seems to suggest that change flowing from this robust domestic supply will not just be a ripple on the water, but a paradigm shift, one that will r

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