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 US Surpasses Russia as the World’s Largest Energy
Producer (Liquids and Natural Gas)
Geopolitical Upheaval
Infrastructure Upheaval
Appalachian Basin Gas Production
2008 - 2.3% of US Production
2012 - 11% of US Production
2020 - 30% of US Production – Northeast Self Sufficient?
Natural Gas Price
NYMEX Crude Oil – Natural Gas Ratio, historical Norm 7.5X before 2007
2008 54X, Now Averaging 30X
Henry Hub Spot $3.73 MMBtu (10/11/2013)
Marcellus NE PA $1.94 MMBtu (10/11/2013)
Impact on Consumers and Energy
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 Multiple Research Areas (Applied and Basic)
Subsurface Efficiency
Geographic Information Systems
Subsurface Imaging
Geocellular Modeling (Static and Dynamic)
Microbial Diversity
Surface Impacts
Drilling Fluids
Land Use
Water Protection
Utilization
Societal/Policy
Overseas – Poland, Jordan, China
Education
Higher Education/Professional Education
Public Outreach
Land Grant Mission
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 Deep Shale Microbial Biodiversity (NSF)
Paula Moser OSU – Shikha Sharma
 Geographic Information Systems
Land Use -Shawn Grushecky
 Geologic – Petroleum Engineering Modeling
 Geophysical Imaging
 Drilling Fluids
Ilkin Belgesu WVU – Jeff Daniels
 Societal/Policy/Overseas
MOU Polish Technical Universities – Robert Blobaum
 Shale Energy and Environment Laboratory (SEEL)
Transparent Utica and Marcellus Wells
WVU Research VP
Fred King
Primary Representative - Tim Carr
Communications - Trina Wafle
WVU Steering Committee
Utilization
Brian
Anderson
Environmental
Subsurface
Kashy Aminian
Societal
Impacts/Policy
James
VanNostrand
Paul
Ziemkiewicz
Education
Sue DayPerroots
Outreach
Steve Bonanno
OSU Research VP
Caroline Whitacre
Primary Representative – Jeff Daniels
Communications - Gina Langen
WVUSteering
SteeringCommittee
Committee
OSU
Utilization
Subsurface
Dave Cole
Jim Durand
Societal
Impacts/Policy
Douglas
Southgate
Environmental
Richard Moore
Education
Outreach
Ken Martin
Ken Martin
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http://www.unconventionalenergyresources.com/
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Utica
Marcellus
http://www.unconventionalenergyresources.com/
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West Virginia Annual Gas Production
Billion Cubic Feet
900
800
Unconventional (Shale)
700
Conventional
600
500
2013 gas production is estimated from Bentek
pipeline report for West Virginia. West Virginia
gas production averaged 2.34 Bcf/d
through mid July 2013 (51% increase
from same period of 2012).
74%
400
300
200
100
0
2007
2008
2009
2010
Year
2011
2012
2013
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West Virginia Producing Gas Locations
60,000
50,000
0.4%
Unconventional (Shale)
Producing Pads
Conventional
40,000
West Virginia Marcellus Horizontal Wells Reporting Production
30,000
Year
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
20,000
Wells
2
11
59
164
357
640
Pads
2
10
40
93
162
223
Wells/Pad
1.0
1.1
1.5
1.8
2.2
2.9
10,000
0
2007
2008
2009
2010
Year
2011
2012
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West Virginia Annual Liquids Production
3,000
Unconventional Shale
Thousands Barrels
2,500
Conventional
2,000
37%
1,500
1,000
500
0
2007
2008
2009
2010
Year
2011
2012
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West Virginia Producing Liquids Wells
12,000
10,000
Producing Wells
2%
8,000
Unconventional (Shale)
Conventional
6,000
4,000
2,000
0
2007
2008
2009
2010
Year
2011
2012
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Northern Appalachian Annual Gas Production
3,000
2,500
Billion Cubic Feet
Northern Appalachian Basin Defined as
Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia
2,000
1,500
Unconventional (Shale)
Conventional
82%
1,000
500
0
2007
2008
2009
2010
Year
2011
2012
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Northern Appalachian Annual Liquids Production
12,000
Northern Appalachian Basin Defined as
Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia
29%
Thousands Barrels
10,000
8,000
Unconventional Shale
6,000
Conventional
4,000
2,000
0
2007
2008
2009
2010
Year
2011
2012
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8,440 Horizontal Wells & Locations
200 Km
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Shawn Grusheky and WV GIS Tech Center
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Microbial Community Dynamics
Metabolic Activities and Trophic Network
Paula Mouser and Shikha Sharma
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Wang and Carr, 2012
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Wang and Carr, in press
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Faults from Arcadian Orogeny
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J1
A1
J1
Each square 500 x 500 feet
Microseismic, Inc.
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 New Faculty Hires
Downstream Utilization
Production of Fuels and Chemicals
Combustion in stationary Sources
Mobile Vehicle Systems
Enhanced Applications – Fuel Cells, Waste Heat Utilization
Energy Policy and Economic Development
Regulatory Aspects
Regional Analysis
Sustainability
 Shale Energy and Environment Laboratory (SEEL)
Ohio State University-West Virginia University
Transparent Utica and Marcellus Wells
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Tim Carr
Phone: 304.293.9660
Email: [email protected]

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