Mississippi Gas

Oil and Gas from Fractures in the Austin Chalk

"The Upper Cretaceous Austin Chalk forms a low-permeability, onshore Gulf of Mexico reservoir that produces oil and gas from major fractures oriented parallel to the underlying Lower Cretaceous shelf edge. Horizontal drilling links these fracture systems to create an interconnected network that drains the reservoir." Quoted from USGS Scientific Investigations Report 2012–5159. More at United States Geological Survey.

Gulf of Mexico – Energy Infrastructure

The Energy Information Administration has an interactive map that displays energy infrastructure features in the Gulf of Mexico region. It includes power plants, transmission lines, LNG terminals, natural gas hubs, pipelines, oil ports, refineries, ac... More at Energy Information Administration.

How Natural Gas is Taxed in 19 Different States

The Marshall University Center for Business and Economic Research has prepared: Taxation of Natural Gas: A Comparative Analysis. This publication reviews the many methods of taxing natural gas 19 different states. You might be surprised at how many ... More at Marshall University Center for Business and Economic Research.