The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) plans to invest nearly $8 million in a research project conducted by the University of Utah into the geology of the Paradox Basin to test its oil and natural gas potential.

Research into the Paradox, primarily in Utah but also extending to parts of Colorado and northern Arizona, marks the DOE’s single largest investment into unconventional areas as part of a larger agency initiative consisting of multiple research projects.

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