Marcellus Shale Gas & Oil Information
Marcellus Shale is a geological formation that was formed by the accumulation of sediment into a sea. This formation was eventually buried over many thousands of years and compressed to produce an organic-rich black shale. This geological formation, which dates back to the Devonian time period, stretches from the Northeast to the Southwest in direction. Click on the following links for more information about "Utica and Marcellus Shale"...
The Ohio State University Subsurface Energy Resource Center Website: http://serc.osu.edu/resources
more informative websites:
- Questions Citizens and Local Leaders Should Be Asking
- Marcellus Shale Exploration and Development: Organizing a Community Task Force
- Tax Treatment of Natural Gas
- Considerations for Hiring Financial Professionals
- Forest Landowners and Natural Gas Development: Timber Resources
- Negotiating Pipeline Rights-of-Way in Pennsylvania
- Avoiding and Mitigating Soil Compaction Associated with Natural Gas Development
Power point presentation that may be found in a standard oil and gas lease, and help you evaluate the meaning of the statements and terminology often seen in lease documents. You may view this presentation by clicking on this link.