On the cover: A potentially big play is springing from a surprising and relatively new location in the United States: It’s the Marcellus shale gas play, and some geologists believe it has the potential to make the Appalachian Basin a hot spot of activity for years to come. Shown on the cover is a portion of the heavily jointed Middle Devonian Marcellus Shale at Oatka Creek in the village of LeRoy, N.Y.
Photo by Gary Lash
Move over, Mr. Barnett – the Marcellus shale is a tantalizing, unconventional play that stretches over a huge area and, according to many, offers a huge potential.
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