EID Looks at Top 12 Utica Investments of 2012

From Energy in Depth:
In 2012, Utica Shale development brought Ohio significant investments from companies looking to make our state its home.  With the year winding down, it seemed fitting to recap some of the bigger announcements that happened over the past year.  Giving a look to what we’ve seen here in the past 12 months, we can expect 2013 to bring even more exciting news for eastern Ohio.
V&M Star Produces First Tubular Pipe For Shale Development 
Steel has seen a resurgence in Ohio thanks to shale development.  US SteelTimken and V&M Star all have been seeing an increase in business thank to shale development.  In November, V&M Star announced they produced their first tubular steel pipes to be used in oil and gas development.  The state-of-the-art mill cost $350 million and will create new 350 jobs.  The new mill will have initial production capacity of 350,000 tons of seamless pipe per year.
MarkWest Investing $500 Million in Harrison and Noble Counties
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