Showing posts from September, 2015

FrackNation Director Coming Out with Short Film to Counter Latest Josh Fox Production

Final Rule Expected This Week on Stricter Ozone Standards

Chesapeake Energy Fires 15% of Its Workforce

10 New Permits for Utica Shale Drilling Issued Last Week

09/29/15 Links of the Day: Chesapeake Energy Cutting Jobs, Debt Problems Loom Large for Drillers, and More

Video: Debate Continues Over Increasing Ohio Severance Tax, and Where the Extra Money Would Go

Morgan Stanley Admits Mistake, Backs Away from Energy Stocks

Energy Transfer is Buying Williams Cos. in $32.61 Billion Deal

Is the U.S. Shale Boom Over, or Just On Hold?

Analyst: Marcellus and Utica Shale to Buck the Trend With Gas Production Growth Next Year

Small Monroe County Cracker Plant on Hold Thanks to "Manpower Draw" of Other Projects

Sources Say 20,000 Layoffs Coming From Halliburton

Links for 9/25/15: Ruling on NEXUS Pipeline Access in Medina County Coming on October 2, Job Loss Continues, and More

Gulfport Energy Awards Nearly $35,000 in Grants in Ohio

Winter Forecast Calls for Low Natural Gas Prices and Relatively Mild Weather

Five Key Things to Know About EPA’s New Report on Ohio’s Class II Injection Wells

Ohio Lawmakers Not Going to Meet October 1 Deadline for Severance Tax Proposal

Senator James Inhofe Calls Out Obama Administration's "War on Fossil Fuels"

Truck Hauling Fracking Coil Strikes Railroad Bridge in Columbiana County

400 Jobs Coming to Dover in Connection with Pipeline Project

09/24/15 Links of the Day: Chesapeake Looking to Up Oil Production, Forced Pooling is Addressed in Ohio, and More

Former EPA Employee Says New Ozone Standard is Unreasonable

Ohio Supreme Court Rules That Youngstown Fracking Ban Will Go to Vote for Fifth Time

Americans Still Support Keystone XL Pipeline Construction, Poll Says

Utica Shale Permitting Picks Up, Rig Count Increases

As Drillers Slow Down Thanks to Oil Prices, Natural Gas Supplies Could Run Short

Rover Pipeline Awards Contract to Ariel Corporation

Asian Utilities Taking a Look at What Chesapeake Energy Has to Offer