UPDATED WITH REPORT - 670 Miles of Wells Drilled in Ohio for 2012; Carroll County Leads the Way

UPDATE:

Read the entire DeBrosse Memorial Report: 2012 Oil and Gas Activity in Ohio right here:



ORIGINAL POST FROM 3/28/13:

From the Akron Beacon Journal:
There was plenty of natural gas drilling in Ohio in 2012: Nearly 670 miles of vertical and horizontal wells were drilled.
Some of the horizontal legs being drilled in Ohio now surpass three miles in length.
Chesapeake Energy, the No. 1 player in Ohio’s Utica shale, drilled nearly 305 miles of wells in Ohio in 2012, according to a new report from the Ohio Oil and Gas Association.
The DeBrosse Memorial Report: 2012 Oil and Gas Activity in Ohio was presented recently by Pete MacKenzie, the association’s vice president of operations, at the group’s annual winter meeting in Columbus. The association posted the report online this week.
Read the whole article here, including breakdowns by county.  It's a great, interesting read.

Carroll County had a state-leading 81 wells drilled, totaling nearly 1,000,000 feet.

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