Showing posts from March, 2014

Links for 3/28/14: Fracking Debate Rages On, Noted Anti-Fracking Extremist Scores Partial Court Victory, and More

America is Now Producing More Than 10 Percent of Global Oil Supply

Guernsey County Sees Active Permitting Week in Latest ODNR Report

Gas Well Freeze-Offs Increase Considerably During Cold Winter

Company Owner Pleads Guilty in Illegal Dumping Case

Leaking Pipeline in Ohio Spills 20,000 Gallons of Oil in Nature Preserve

Will Proposed Severance Tax Be Good or Bad for Ohio?

MWCD Negotiates Piedmont Oil, Gas Lease That Minimizes Impacts

Chesapeake Plans to Continue Fire Sale of Assets in 2014

Companies Offer Insights Into Their Utica Shale Plans

Shale Credited For US Manufacturing Revival

Utica Driller Halcon Resources Looking for a Buyer

Questions Continue About Fracking and Earthquakes in Ohio

Confusion Follows Rumored RUMA Agreement

3 Years Probation for Employee Who Carried Out Illegal Dumping in Youngstown

Should People Be Worried About Earthquakes From Fracking? Science Says No, Activists Say Yes

Natural Gas Prices Coming Back Down After Spike

Links for 3/18/14: Lawsuits, Great Expectations for Utica Shale, and More

25 New Utica Shale Permits Last Week

Forbes: Chesapeake's Plan to Bilk People Out of Royalties Also Means the Company is Stealing From Shareholders

Ohio Landowners Look to Be Next to Sue Chesapeake for Manipulating Royalty Payments

Insiders Feel That Kasich Will Get Tax Reform by Continuing to Push For It

Frack Waste Bill Makes Activists Unhappy

Chesapeake Energy's $5 Billion Shuffle

Links for 3/13/14: Kasich Still Pushing for Higher Severance Tax, Dinosaur Bones Slow Shale Operation, and More