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Title: Sampling Challenges Associated With Unconventional Gas Sources
Author: Mark Firmin
Source: 2017 International School of Hydrocarbon Measurement
Year Published: 2017
Abstract: Advances in exploration, drilling and production technologies make it feasible to extract natural gas from sources that in the past have been regarded as unconventional and so, such sources are becoming a larger percentage of the gas supply. The feasibility of producing gas from a source is the primary factor in determining whether that source should be categorized as conventional or unconventional. What has been unconventional in the past may be considered conventional in the future.