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Did Sandy Increase Fracking Dangers?

Midstream Projects Will Ramp Up in Ohio as More Wells Produce

Gulfport Releases More Utica Shale Production Results

Reporter Tours Guernsey County Injection Well Sites

Is the Utica Shale For Real, or Just Set to Be a Real Disappointment?

Coshocton County Leaders to Examine Utica Shale Effects

Prominent Fracktivist is Accused of Having a Very Radical Agenda

Energy Policy is on Voter's Minds as Election Nears

Column Examines Fracking "Fairy Tales"

Fracking and the Sundance Kid - Redford Records Anti-Fracking Ads

Ohio Congressman Espouses Benefits of Shale Development

Fracktivists Excited About Potential for Drill Site Problems From Hurricane Sandy

Links on a Slow News Day: Industry Injury Rate Down, Drilling Site Air Test Results, Ohio Fracktivists Trained to Fight Drillers, Water is Big Topic at Shale Summit

8 New Carroll County Permits for Chesapeake

Mahoning County Debate Over Fracking in Park Has Interesting Twist

Magnum Hunter Resources Announces Definitive Agreement to Acquire Appalachian Basin Properties for $106.7 Million

National Attention Getting Focused on Mahoning Valley

Is U.S. Poised to Be World's Top Oil Producer?

The Key to Harvesting Natural Gas from Coal Beds May Be in Microbial Poop

IHS Says Unconventional Oil & Gas Will Support 3 Million Jobs by End of Decade

Environmentalists Seek Federal Mandate on Chemical Disclosure by Drillers

Energy in Depth Ohio Launches 2012 Election Guide

Select Energy Services Gets Tax Break in New Philadelphia

Principle Energy Services Launches
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Strides Being Made Toward Green Fracking

EcoWatch Says Fracking is Destroying Food, Water, Wine, and Milk

Report on Utica Shale Oil Reserves Spotlights Carroll County

Mineral Rights Agreement Reached by Some in Columbiana County's Brinker Storage Field

Some Residents in Pavillion, Wyoming Say the Water Was Always Bad

First Responders to Address Shale Gas Risks at Carroll County Meeting