Showing posts from November, 2015

ODNR: Ohio's Mineral Resources Valued at Over $2.1 Billion

Anti-Drillers Sound Alarm About Radium Release if Fracking Occurs in Wayne National Forest

Agricultural Sector to Benefit from New Natural Gas Pipeline Infrastructure: New Study

Ohioans Thankful For Gas Price Drop to Six Year Lows, Saving Consumers $7 Billion

Group in Ashtabula County Launches "Brine Ain't Fine" Campaign

Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District to Spend $1.4 Million in Oil and Gas Money on Improvements

Energy Job Recruiter: Oil and Gas Industry Job Losses Exceed 233,000

Investors Giving Up on Chesapeake Energy?

Report: Earthquakes Linked to Less than One Percent of All U.S. Injection Wells

Southwestern Energy Borrows $750 Million to Pay Down Other Debts

Producing Utica Shale Wells in Ohio Increase by 59 in Latest Report

Marathon Continues Putting More Cash Forward for MarkWest Acquisition

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Held at New CNG Station in Carrollton

EPA Chief Gina McCarthy Says Banning Fossil Fuel Extraction on Federal Lands Isn't Extreme

Protesters Turn Out in Athens County to Fight Injection Wells

Cleveland State University Publishes New Three-Part Study on Shale

Senate Bill Nullifying Carbon Emissions Rule Faces Veto Threat from White House

Iran Plans for Increased Oil Exports Once Sanctions Are Lifted

Op-Ed Says More Shale Drilling Can Help Fight Terrorism

Investor David Einhorn Shares Thoughts on Consol Energy's Ability to Survive

Analyst: Magnum Hunter's Problems Raise Questions About the Resource Play Business Model

Ohio Legislators Tour Industrial Park, Look to Develop Oil and Gas-Related Jobs

GreenHunter Reports Third Quarter Results

Four New Permits Issued for Ohio Utica Shale Drilling Last Week

11/16/15 Links of the Day: Magnum Hunter in Big Trouble, Pickens Lectures Obama, and More

CELDF: We Won't Help Community Pay Damages Stemming From Attempting Injection Well Ban

Ohio Supreme Court Sending Mixed Message About Home Rule Fracking Regulations

Multiple Lawsuits Filed Against Chesapeake Over Unpaid Royalties in Ohio

Will Low Oil Prices Force Saudis to Blink and Change Strategy?