Quick Link Rundown for the week of March 12, 2012

Here is a run-down of some oil and gas related news stories that we didn't get to cover in detail here at The Daily Digger this week, but which you might want to check out.

Mineral City man drilling for success:  a driller defends his job and his industry.

Ohio Looks to 'Do It Right' as Shale Boom Revives Steel:  a look at some of the debate over what safeguards are necessary as Ohio leaders balance economic and environmental concerns.

Scarce Oil?  U.S. Has 60 Times More than Obama Claims:  an article that examines how much oil there really is in the U.S., and how it contrasts with some of the statements being made.

Shale gas developers looking for leases near Cuyahoga Valley National Park:  shale development moving to Summit County as lease offers start coming in.

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