May 2011, Vol. 238 No. 5


Marcellus 2011: Big Play Sorting Itself Out

As the unfolding North American saga that is the unconventional resource revolution enters the next phase of what has seemed a fast and furious evolution, many are taking stock; surveying carefully from the current vantage point the ever-spreading opportunity sprawl below. What is most illuminating might be just how settled this particular valley is and how quickly this sometimes unpredictable energy paradigm became status quo. After habitually following the frenetic and bold history of shale gas in quarters and years, it may be worth chewing over the fact that we are entering a probable second act that has in its entirety legitimately spanned more than half a century. After

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