Read more by clicking here.Thomas E. Stewart, executive vice president of the Ohio Oil and Gas Association, agreed."It's all a function of geology," Stewart said Thursday.Schurr and Stewart were in town this week to take part in the Youngstown, Ohio, Utica Natural Gas - or Y.O.U.N.G. -Conference and Expo, held Thursday at Youngstown's Covelli Centre. The third annual business-to-business networking event, sponsored by the Youngstown-Warren Regional Chamber, brought in about 100 exhibitors and about a thousand visitors, down slightly from last year's event.As more and more test wells are drilled, companies have been able to pinpoint a strip of highly pressurized shale containing natural gas liquids, Stewart said. The strip stretches through areas of Carroll, Harrison, Jefferson, Belmont, Guernsey, Tuscarawas, Noble and Monroe counties, he said.
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