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Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Next up: Utica Shale?

I have to tell you, after doing some necessary reading, I’m convinced that those gas-drilling rigs are here to stay.

Welcome to Pennsyltexas, kiddies!

From what I can discern, while Utica shale lies under the Marcellus shale and Black River shale lies even deeper yet, once the Marcellus deposits are tapped out, with the infrastructure already in place, the logical next step is to go after the more lucrative Utica shale. Right?

A couple of links:

New Gas Plays Hold Promise

Utica Shale - The Natural Gas Giant Below the Marcellus?

It might be time to get on down to LCCC and enroll in the Commercial Driver License courses.

Later

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