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Federal Helium Reserve to Shut Down?
February 11, 2013 | Arizona Geology Blog

The Arizona Geology blog has two entries related to the federal helium reserve:

Bill would keep helium reserve open, promote competition

Arizona could help avoid global helium shortage

Related: Helium: A byproduct of the natural gas industry


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Marcellus Shale in the Federal Reserve Beige Book
March 12, 2013 | Akron Beacon Journal (Ohio.com)
An article at the Akron Beacon Journal Online summarizes content related to economic activity attributed to the Marcellus Shale from the latest Federal Reserve Beige Book.

The Value of Potash In the Ground
February 26, 2013 | Arizona Geology Blog
The Arizona Geology Blog has an interesting post about how potash deposits in the Holbrook Basin of Arizona have been valued. A Google search shows that Holbrook Basin potash has been frequently discussed on the blog.


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