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Conasauga Shale

The Conasauga Shale Field is a Cambrian part of the Appalachian thrust and fault region of Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee. The subterranean formation consists of shales and carbonates over 15,000 feet 4,600 m thick in certain areas. It could be one of the largest finds of natural gas in U.S. history, as several drillings found.

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