Showing posts from March, 2015

Just Four New Permits Issued in Utica Shale During Slow Week; Rig Count Climbs by One

Halliburton and Baker Hughes Announce Approval of Transaction by Stockholders of Both Companies

Belmont County Appreciative of Partnership With Rice Energy

Links of the Day 03/27/15: Shale Oil to Run Out Soon?, Fracking Critics Downplaying EPA Groundwater Study, and More

Activist Group Not Deterred by Ballot and Court Defeats for Home Rule

Poll Finds Americans Split on Support of Fracking

Chesapeake Energy Reduces 2015 Budget; Carl Icahn Increases His Stake in Company

Court Decisions in Home Rule Cases Still Leave Question Marks for Ohio Towns

Saudis Not Anticipating the Return of $100 Oil

Gulfport Energy Sues Village of Barnesville Over Water Withdrawal Agreement

Obama Cracks Down on Fracking on Federal Land, But GOP Plans to Fight Back

Speakers at Conference Say That Utica Shale Has Created Only 8,000 Jobs in Ohio

Drill Capital Announces Expansion in the Utica Shale

Are Natural Gas Prices Going to Go Below $2?

Berea and Clinton Sandstone Attracting Horizontal Drilling

Gulfport Energy Receives Petition to Protect Reservoir in Barnesville

CHEJ to Highlight First Responder Risks from Ohio’s Proposed Right-to-Know Changes

10 New Permits Issued Last Week as Number of Utica Shale Wells Drilled Reaches 1,400

Rex Energy Provides Operational Update

Chesapeake Exec: Next Few Years is When "the Rubber Hits the Road" For Utica Shale

Professor Says Drop of Oil Prices Exposes Oil Industry's Failed Business Model

Industry Says Severance Tax is "the Wrong Idea at This Time"

Anti-Fracking Studies Singled Out as Junk Science

OPEC Feels Strategy is Working, Says U.S. Shale Boom Will Fade by End of 2015

Toll of Low Oil Prices: Over 75,000 Layoffs and Counting

Report: Natural Gas Price of $3/MCF is Enough to Make Utica Shale Profitable

Senator Bill Seitz Has Ideas to Improve Governor Kasich's Budget Proposal