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Monday, June 3, 2013

Utica Shale Production Figures Continue to Stir Debate Over Boom or Bust Claims

From The Times-Reporter:
The drilling sweet spot, or fairway, running from Carroll County south to Noble County that contains wet gas, is basically in Canton’s backyard. 
And that’s good news to David Kaminski, the Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce’s director of energy and public affairs. 
Although the preliminary numbers are based on partial-year production, Kaminski said the chamber is not far behind the state in its assessment of the Utica Shale’s prospects. 
“We remain optimistic about the Utica,” he said. “We don’t see any reason why people shouldn’t be, and we think that it’s just going to take some time until systems are set up so the product can be brought to market.”
Read the rest of this article, which gathers quite a bit of local perspective on the current status of the Utica shale, by clicking here. 

For a quick look at the reaction to the official 2012 Utica shale production numbers and at some charts that lay out the data, make sure to pick up a copy of the June issue of Energy News Ohio at one of our sponsor companies listed down the right side of the page.

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