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Prominent Anti-Fracking Activist Has Advocated Sexual Activity Between Parents and Children

BP Using Temporary Water Lines to Reduce Truck Traffic for Water Delivery

Company Disagrees With Carroll County Commissioners About Lease

Links for 8/28/13: Ohio Company Fights Silica Dust, Study Says Water Contamination from Fracking Unlikely, and More

Reuters: Level of Risk for Fracking Doesn't Warrant a Ban

15 New Utica Shale Permits Issued as Number Passes 850

Carrollton Council Considering Sale of Oil & Gas Royalties

Ohio is the Location of Gathering for Fracktivists Around the County

7-Part Series Focuses on Investing in Utica Shale

Fracktivists Disappointed With Protest Turnout in PA

Links for 8/23/13: The New Battle Front on Fracking is Sand, Landman Charged With Stealing Mineral Rights, and More

Niles City Council Approves Oil & Gas Industry Ban; Athens Board of Elections Blocks Similar Ban From Ballot

Labor Secretary Calls Increase in Oil & Gas Worker Fatalities "Unacceptable"

BP Makes Donation in Trumbull County

Chesapeake Employees Dedicated Over 39,000 Hours to Operation Blue Volunteering This Summer

Has Bill McKibben's Increase in Protesting Volume Helped or Hindered His Cause?

Fracking Protesters Banding Together to Send Message to Obama

Links for 8/22/13: Ten Big Lies About Fracking, Fracktivists Set to Party in Portage County This Weekend, and More

Carroll County Commissioners Say Oil & Gas Company is in Default on Lease

Some Still Hopeful That Ohio Can Land an Ethane Cracker Plant

Ohio Job Growth Still Disappointing, But Shale Boom's Impact on Sales Clearly Being Felt

Only Two New Utica Shale Permits Issued Last Week

No New Posts Today, Extra Tomorrow

Links for 8/20/13: Josh Fox's Story Crumbles, PA Recyles Brine While Ohio Injects It Underground, and More

Carroll County Gas-Fired Power Plant to Be Subject of Public Meeting

Energy in Depth Attacks Methane Study in Utah

Environmentalists Frustrated by Lack of Information From Regulators on Exxon Pipeline Spill

Landslide Damages Pipeline, Causes Fish Kill

GreenHunter Reports $2.1 Million Quarterly Loss, Announces New Chief Financial Officer

Consumers Can Expect a Small Increase in Natural Gas Prices

Director of "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" Planning a Movie About Squirrels Who Are Angry Because of Fracking

Fracking Protesters Keeping Busy, Costing English Community Over $1.1 Million