1.       Update on North America Shale-Gas Exploration and Development, by David G. Hill, John B. Curtis, and Paul G. Lillis

2.       Stratigraphic Relationships and Distribution of Source Rocks in the Greater Rocky Mountain Region (Reprint), by Fred F. Meissner, Jane Woodward, and J.L. Clayton

3.       Origin, Conditions, and Timing of Gas Generation in the Lewis Shale, San Juan Basin, New Mexico, by Neil S. Fishman, Thomas M. Parris, Donald L. Hall, Paul G. Lillis, and Mark J. Pawlewicz

4.       Potential Shale Gas Resources of Utah, by Steven C. Schamel

5.       Hydrogeochemical Indicators for Microbial Methane in Fractured Organic-Rich Shales: Case Studies of the Antrim, New Albany, and Ohio Shales, by Jennifer C. McIntosh and Anna M. Martini

6.       Shallow Biogenic Gas in Cretaceous Shales on the Eastern Margin of the Williston Basin, by George W. Shurr

7.       Evaluating Barnett Shale Production Performance Using an Integrated Approach (Reprint), by J.H. Frantz Jr., J.R. Williamson, W.K. Sawyer, D. Johnston, G. Waters, L.P. Moore, R.J. MacDonald, M. Pearcy, S.V. Ganpule, and K.S. March

8.       Understanding Coring Operations for Shale Gas Exploration, by M. Anna Ilhan

9.       United States Shale Gas Resource Maps (Black and White Background Versions), by David G. Hill and P.J. Hasselbach

10.   Bibliography: Selected References for Gas Shales, by Ann Priestman