Shale Gas Exposition Happening in Cleveland

From the Cleveland Plain Dealer:
The expected boom in Ohio shale gas production is still just that -- an anticipated boom.
Since January 2011, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources has issued about 457 drilling permits for Utica Shale wells. Some of those permits expired without any activity.
As of Monday, 187 wells had been drilled, and of that number only 45 were listed as producing on the department's public website. There were 22 rigs drilling new wells.
If those statistics don't sound much like a boom, try explaining why 3,000 are planning to show up at the International Exposition Center Wednesday and Thursday for theOhio Oil & Gas Association's Oilfield Expo 2012.
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