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What is LNG?
What is LNG? The use of LNG as an energy source is growing rapidly. Learn more about LNG.
Oil & Gas Rights
Oil and Gas Rights Who owns the minerals under your land? Who wants to buy them?
Natural Gas Royalty Calculator unoffical estimates of your annual royalty payments.
What is Shale Gas?
Shale Gas is natural gas trapped within shale. It is a growing source of US supply.
Natural Gas Investing
Natural Gas Investing Kenny DuBose wants you to ask: Why did this deal come my way?
World Shale Gas
Shale Gas Resources are being discovered and developed in all parts of the world.
World Oil Shales
Oil Shale A USGS summary of oil shales throughout the world.
Gifts That Rock
Gifts That Rock - What are the most popular gift items in the Geology.com store?
Uses of Natural Gas
Uses of Natural Gas Used in a variety of ways, gas is both a fuel and a raw material.
Natural Gas Prices
Natural Gas Prices Where are prices headed? Supplies and uses are both growing rapidly.
Hydraulic Fracturing Increases well yield by fracturing the reservoir rock with fluid injection.
Oil Sands contain oil in the form of bitumen. A major oil resource that can be difficult to produce.
Largest Oil Spills Map
Largest Oil Spills Map Eleven oil spills from war, tanker wrecks and out-of-control wells.
Methane Hydrate deposits contain more fuel value than all other fossil fuels combined.
Marcellus Shale An overlooked resource becomes one of the largest gas fields in the world!
Salt Domes - Salt structures that are often associated with oil and natural gas.
Horizontal Drilling has opened new resources and significantly improved productivity.
Guar Beans A tiny bean that is in huge demand for hydraulic fracturing.
Undiscovered in Arctic
Oil and Gas in the Arctic Giant oil and natural gas fields await discovery in the Arctic.
The Tallest Structure
Magnolia TLP is an oil platform in the Gulf that could be called the world\\\'s tallest structure.
Flaring from Space
Oil Fields from Space - Night views of Earth show the distribution of oil field activity.
Oil and Gas Jobs
Oil and Gas Jobs Companies, government agencies and others who hire geologists.
Bakken Formation One of the most prolific producers of crude oil in North America.
Arctic Ocean Seafloor
Arctic Ocean Seafloor Map The ridges, basins, shelves and rifts defining the Arctic seafloor.
Utica Shale is confirmed as a major source of oil, natural gas and natural gas liquids.
Eagle Ford Shale
Eagle Ford Shale One of the most prolific producers of oil and gas in the United States.
Waterproof Paper - Don't take chances with your field notes and maps. Use waterproof paper.
Who Owns The Arctic?
Who Owns The Arctic? USGS estimates that 25% of all new oil & gas will be found in the Arctic.
Alaska Shale Gas
Alaska Shale Gas Shales under the North Slope hold an enormous oil and gas resource.
Falling Royalties? Why does the income from a natural gas or oil well decrease over time?
Frac Sand is a high-purity silica sand used in hydraulic fracturing by the oil and gas industry.
Helium is a byproduct of the natural gas industry. Its most important use is in MRI.
New Use of Helium
A New Use for Helium This rare natural gas byproduct will now be used to make hard drives.
Hydraulic Fracturing Fluids What chemicals and proppants are used to make these fluids?
NC Natural Gas Shale?
Gas Shale In North Carolina? Is there a natural gas opportunity in North Carolina shales?
Geology Tools - Rock hammers, field bags, hand lenses, maps, hardness picks, gold pans.
Haynesville Shale Gas Play News, videos & information for the Haynesville Shale.
Fayetteville Shale Another unconventional natural gas field in Arkansas.