Decision Expected in June on Injection Well Shut Down After Seismic Activity

From Shale Play:
A decision on whether American Water Management Services Inc. will be permitted to resume operations of its deep-injection well on state Route 169 is expected when the Ohio Oil and Gas Commission reconvenes in June. 
Linda Osterman, commission director and hearing officer, said May 14 that the commission is expected to have a decision when it meets June 11, if not sooner. 
The commission has been considering testimony from an appeal hearing during which AWMS, a subsidiary of Avalon Holdings Inc. of Howland, asked for a state order that shut down the well to be lifted.
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