Showing posts from April, 2015

Letter to the Editor: Rover Pipeline Good for Ohio Workers, Consumers, Businesses, and Taxpayers

04/30/2015 Links of the Day: Bats Affecting Drillers, Did Professor Hide Ties to Chesapeake in Recent Study, and More

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Kinder Morgan Considering a Second Ohio Pipeline

New Poll: Fracking Not as Popular as it Used to Be

Chesapeake Utilities Corporation Completes Merger With Gatherco, Inc.

Expert: New Breed of CEO Needed in Oil and Gas Industry

West Virginia Cracker Plant Put on Hold as Company Reconsiders Plans

Oil Industry Debt Piles Up, Which Threatens to Extend Price Slump

Air Quality Results are in from Study in Ohio’s Shale Gas Region

Suicide in the Oilfield – Purpose & Hope

Links of the Day 04/28/15: Anti-Fracking Paintings From Beyond the Grave, 1st-Quarter Reports, and More

Munroe Falls Repeals Unconstitutional Drilling Regulations

Permitting Picks Up on Latest Report as Rig Count Continues to Fall

EIA Map Shows Shale Plays in Lower 48 States

Costs for Fracking Are Dropping, Helping Producers Ride Out Low Oil Price Storm

Weatherford Exec: Half of U.S. Fracking Firms Will Be Dead or Sold by End of 2015

Gates Mills Committee Looks to Formulate Plan for Fracking in Area

Report: Study Used to Justify New York Fracking Ban Heavily Influenced by Anti-Fracking Groups

Analyst: With U.S. Shale as Oil Swing Producer, Recovery Will be Volatile and Slow

Monroe County Cracker Plant in Ohio Still Moving Forward

Belmont County a Finalist for Ethane Cracker Plant

Pair of House Democrats Introduce "Strongest Anti-Fracking Bill" Ever

Baker Hughes and Halliburton Announce That They've Laid Off More People Than Previously Expected

Activist Sandra Steingraber Says Only Women with Jobs From Shale are Prostitutes and Hotel Maids

Women in Energy Summit Draws a Crowd at Zane State EPIC Center