Showing posts from 2015

State Investigation Finds Fracking “Unlikely” to Have Contaminated Water in Pavillion, WY

Chesapeake Reduces Debt by Presenting "Prisoner's Dillema" to Noteholders

PA Lawsuit Against Chesapeake Not Enough for Cheated Landowners

Ohio Utica Shale County to Watch in 2016: Belmont County

Ohio Utica Shale Now at 2,113 Permits Issued, 1,665 Wells Drilled, and 1,120 Wells Producing

U.S. Oil Export Ban Lifted After 40 Years

Law Firm Meets with Landowners to Discuss Strategy in Pipeline Negotiations

Drillers Could Face Shaky Start to New Year Due to Lack of Hedging

10 New Permits Last Week Put Utica Shale Over 2,100 Issued

Magnum Hunter Resources Files for Bankruptcy

Dartmouth Researchers Say Fracking Actively Contributes to Generating Toxic Metal Wastewater

Halliburton Merger With Baker Hughes Hitting Roadblocks

3 New Permits Issued in Ohio's Utica Shale Last Week

Ohio Rep. Cera Pushes For Severance Tax During Downturn, Takes Negative View of $5.7 Billion Cracker Plant Project

Cheapest Oil in World is Already Down Close to $20

Ohio Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Oil and Gas Cases Potentially Affecting Hundreds of Landowners

Leader of National Ban-Fracking Campaign Calls on Activists to Ignore the Law and “Fill Up Jails”

Auditor Says EPA Violated Laws in Push for New Water Regulations

U.S. Oil Export Ban Close to Being Lifted; OPEC Says it Won't Affect Oil Prices

Oil and Gas Industry Fears EPA Will Cave to Pressure from Anti-Drilling Groups and Reverse Fracking Study Conclusion