May be of interest: 

Baseline Well Inventory and Groundwater-Quality Data from a Potential Shale Gas Resource Area in Parts of Lee and Chatham Counties, North Carolina, October 2011–August 2012
-- press release:
--- USGS North Carolina Shale Gas Baseline Groundwater Sampling Project:

USGS Investigations of Water Produced During Hydrocarbon Reservoir Development

Geologic Framework for the National Assessment of Carbon Dioxide Storage Resources—Williston Basin, Central Montana Basins, and Montana Thrust Belt Study Areas

USGS Updates the National Produced Waters Geochemical Database and Map Viewer!

Assessment of Potential Shale-Oil and Shale-Gas Resources in Silurian Shales of Jordan, 2014

Map of Assessed Tight-Gas Resources in the United States, 2014

These are older, but just a quick reminder these can be useful sources for uranium related inquiries in your library: 

Critical Analysis of World Uranium Resources

Review and Interpretation of Previous Work and New Data on the Hydrogeology of the Schwartzwalder Uranium Mine and Vicinity, Jefferson County, Colorado
-- I use these parts of the report the most during bibliographic instruction sessions: 
Appendix: Definitions of Brittle Structures
Appendix: Bibliography

Enjoy the day/weekend!

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U.S. Geological Survey
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