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Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Links for 3/11/14: Earthquakes in Youngstown and More

PennLive.com:  Fracking efficiently: Government changes how it calculates future oil and gas production because wells are producing more than before   -   "Companies drilling in the Marcellus and other shale formations across the country are getting better at what they do, according to a report released today by..."

ShaleOhio:  New study examines the potential environmental impacts of shale gas and wind development across the entire Marcellus shale play   -   "A recent study published in the journal PLOS ONE touts itself as "the first one to examine the potential environmental impacts of shale gas and wind development across the entire Marcellus shale play," according to a..."

Tribune Chronicle:  Quakes shake Valley   -   "Two earthquakes shook the Mahoning Valley on Monday morning, resulting in the suspension of all oil and gas drilling activity in the area. The seismic activity, centered around the Lowellville area, began with a 3.0-magnitude earthquake at about..."

The Intelligencer/Wheeling News-Register:  Another $1.25B for Buckeye Drilling   -   "By raising another $1.25 billion, former Chesapeake Energy CEO Aubrey McClendon now has nearly $3 billion to drill Utica Shale wells across..."

Herald Star:  Oil, gas meetings scheduled throughout area   -   "Gulfport Energy, Antero Resources, Rice Energy, American Energy Partners, Hess Corp., XTO Energy and other Utica and Marcellus shale drillers continue fracking their way..."

Tribune Chronicle:  Experts:  Oil, gas industry still here   -   "When residents question why the long-predicted oil and gas boom has been so slow to get started in the Mahoning Valley, Youngstown-Warren Regional Chamber officials are quick to point out..." 

The Intelligencer/Wheeling News-Register:  OU Studies Shale Impact   -   "Whether it is a drilling rig alongside Interstate 70, the large Oil & Gas Safety Supply store on National Road or the convoy of sand trucks on many secondary roads, those driving through Belmont County are sure..."


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