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Study Says Americans Don't Know Much About Fracking

Trillions of Dollars to Be Invested in Unconventional Oil & Gas Development Through 2035, Says Report

High School Students Listen to Presentation From Industry Reps About Rewarding Opportunities

Water Testing in Portage County Starts Up Again on December 1

Watchdog Group Says Fracking Contributions to Congress Are Up to $6.9 Million

What Can Be Learned From 2012 Ohio Oil & Gas Summary?

Ohio Oilfield Expo Coming Up on December 3-5 at I-X Center

Belmont College Preparing Students to Work on Pipelines

Study Says Employment Impact of Shale is Overstated

Morgan County Landowners Encouraged to Look at Carroll County's 550 Millionaires, Consider Shale Benefits

Judge Orders ODNR to Turn Over Emails in Patriot Water Case

Ohio School District Rakes In Drilling Money

Why Can't Renewables and Natural Gas Work Together?

Ohio Inches Closer to 1,000 Utica Shale Well Permits, 200 Wells Producing

Another New Report Sounds Methane Alarm; Industry Pushes Back

Carroll County Water Treatment Plant to Open December 1

Two Activists Arrested at Ohio Injection Well

Gulfport Energy Ranked as the Best-Positioned Driller in Utica Shale by Researchers

Links Bonanza for 11/25/13 - 14 Shale Oil & Gas Stories

Another Article Focuses on the South-Shifting Focus of Drillers in Utica Shale

Chesapeake Seeing the Reward of Utica Shale Investments

Beck Energy Has Plenty of Support in Ohio Home Rule Case

Bank Activity Stirred by Utica Shale Boom

Belmont County Was the Focus of New Permitting Last Week

Fracking Without Freshwater Continues to Advance

Bankrupt D&L Energy Auctions Off Assets to Colorado Company

Public Perception of Fracking Seems To Be Improving

Chesapeake's Various Cost-Cutting Actions Are Helping the Bottom Line

New Report From ODNR Contains Gobs of Drilling Data for 2012

$12 Billion Being Spent on Infrastructure in Ohio

What is the One Thing That Could Definitely Stop Shale Drilling Boom?

Drillers Will Have to Wait Until January for Processing Plant That Caught on Fire to Restart