Links for 9/15/14: Anti-Fracking Billboard in Ohio is Coming Down, The Media's Anti-Drilling Bias, and More

Bloomberg View:  College Students Can't Defeat Big Oil

Energy in Depth:  How the Media Rushes to Promote Fracking Critics

Akron Beacon Journal:  Anti-Fracking Ohio Billboard is Coming Down

The Motley Fool:  The Utica Shale is Starting to Look "Extraordinary"

Ideastream:  For Some, Shale Gas Boom's a Headache

Gas & Oil:  M3 Midstream Momentum "Trilogy" to Be Open by Mid-October

Penn State University:  Residual Hydraulic Fracturing Water Not a Risk to Groundwater

ScienceDirect:  The Fate of Residual Treatment Water in Gas Shale

Platts:  Utica Shale Q2 Gas Production Up Fivefold From Year Ago

Energy in Depth:  As Natural Gas Provides Environmental Benefits, Bill McKibben Scrambles to Defend Activists’ Stance

Gas & Oil:  Gas, Oil Industry Gives Home Sellers a Boost

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