There is a 40-fold difference between what the United State Geological Survey believed was the potential of the Marcellus Shale a decade ago and what its scientists now know about the rock formation.

Today, USGS released an updated Marcellus estimate of how much gas is in the ground and how likely it is that gas companies can get to it using current technology.

It’s a lot — an average of about 84 trillion cubic feet. Plus, there’s about 3 billion barrels of natural gas liquids in the ground that have a reasonable chance of being recovered.

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