Showing posts from 2014

New Franklin Council Passes Resolution Opposing NEXUS Pipeline

Drillers Are Laying Down Rigs as Oil Price Drops

Conservation Group Calls Out Shale Development as a Threat to Lake Erie

Chesapeake Agrees to Increased Payout in Settlement of Class Action Royalties Lawsuit

Public Health Expert in Pennsylvania Not Impressed by New York Report Used to Support Fracking Ban

Ethylene Plant, Illegal Dumping, and More Featured Among Top 2014 Energy Stories

Robbins: OPEC's Strategy to Beat Shale Drilling Will Fail

Natural Gas Dips Below $3 For First Time Since 2012

Chesapeake Fetches $12,000 an Acre in Sale of Assets Which Cost Them as Little as $5 an Acre

New Study Adds to Debate Over How Many Jobs Are Actually Created by Shale Drilling

Ohio Pipeline Construction Continuing in Earnest

Hinto Energy, Inc. Announces Drilling of New Oil Well in Ohio

5 New Utica Shale Permits Issued Last Week; Rig Count Down to 50

Monroe County Well Blowout Brought Under Control in Time For Holiday

Senator Rob Portman Finds Out About Shale Impacts During Visit to Carroll County

Chesapeake Energy Corporation Closes Sale of Marcellus and Utica Shale Assets

Methane Levels Continue to Drop Even as Drilling Increases

Fallout and Reaction From New York's Decision to Ban Fracking Covers Wide Range

Frustration Mounts for Evacuated Residents Near Monroe County Gas Well Leak

Dominion East Ohio Expects Increased Regional Shale Production To Provide Ample Winter Gas Supplies At Moderate Prices

12/19/2014 Links of the Day: Residents Hope Well Leak Doesn't Keep Them Out of Homes for Holidays - and Much More