Showing posts from February, 2015

Harrison County Continues to Take In Oil and Gas Money

White House Report Says States Are In Best Position to Regulate Shale Drilling

Ohio Supreme Court Ruling Doesn't Slam Door Shut on Local Regulation of Drilling

8 Utica and Marcellus Drillers Included on "Oil Company Death List"

With Home Rule Case Won, Beck Energy May Pass on Drilling Well at Center of Dispute

Chesapeake Energy Takes Legal Action Against Aubrey McClendon for Stealing Trade Secrets

Rice Energy Provides Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2014 Operational Update and Reports 117% Increase in Proved Reserves to 1.3 Tcfe

Water Alert Reporting Network Introduced to Carroll County

Is Carroll County Still Leading the Way in the Utica Shale?

Number of Utica Shale Wells in Production Continues to Increase on Latest Report

Obama Chooses to Veto Keystone XL Pipeline Bill With No Hesitation

Study Finds Low Methane Emissions From Natural Gas Collection and Processing Facilities

Will Latest Rail Car Accident Prompt Obama to Reconsider Keystone XL Veto?

Debate Underway About What Will Happen to Oil Prices in Immediate Future

EIA Releases Latest Drilling Productivity Report

Lawsuit Filed Against Chesapeake for Violating Racketeering Laws

Looking at the Past, Present, and Future of the Utica Shale

18 New Utica Shale Permits Issued Last Week; Producing Wells Increase by 22

Links of the Day for 02/18/15: More Dormant Mineral Act Legal Wrangling, Pipeline Projects, and More

Layoffs Now Could Bring Headaches Later for Drillers and Suppliers

Ohio Supreme Court Rules That Home Rule Drilling Ban Violates State Law

Bill Approving the Keystone XL Pipeline Heads to Obama, Where It Will Likely Be Vetoed

Low Oil Prices Are an Act of Economic Warfare: Veteran Investor Bob Moriarty