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03/31/16 Links of the Day: Halliburton-Baker Hughes Merger in Jeopardy, Former EPA Employee Seeks to Vindicate Botched Investigation, and More

Report Says Bernie Sanders' Plan on Fracking Could Cost States Nearly $850 Billion

Economists Say the Worst of the Oil Collapse is Over

Canton Chamber to Discuss Oil & Gas Development at April 6 Seminar

3 New Permits Issued for Utica Shale Drilling Last Week

Demolition Proceeding on Proposed Site of Belmont County Cracker Plant

U.S.G.S. Predicts a Reduction in Human-Induced Earthquakes in Ohio

Department of Energy Report: Over 5.5 Million People Working in Energy Industry

Once an Advocate of Natural Gas, Activist Bill McKibben Now Criticizing Others for Having Done the Same

EnerVest Using Horizontal Drilling to Chase Oil in Clinton Sandstone

Aubrey McClendon's Biggest Backer in Danger of Losing Billions of Dollars

Drilling Opponents Not Letting Ohio Law Stop Them From Pushing for Bans

Super Tuesday Strikes a Blow to Anti-Fracking Groups

03/24/16 Links of the Day: Venezuela Thirsty for U.S. Oil, Industry Calls on IBM's Watson to Combat Anti-Drillers, and More

Mark Ruffalo to Rehash Long Discredited Fracking Claims in “Dear President Obama”

Chesapeake Energy Considers 1.5 Lien Debt Exchange

One New Utica Shale Permit Last Week; Rig Count Dips Even Lower

Crowd Turns Out to Voice NEXUS Pipeline Opposition

Stalled EPA Clean Power Plan Called a "Trojan Horse" for Natural Gas

OOGA's Annual Debrosse Memorial Report on Ohio Oil and Gas Activity Now Available

Rex Energy Reports $373 Million Net Loss for 2015

Many Drillers Chose Not to Hedge Last Year Only to Regret it Early This Year

Ohio Courts Continue to Rule Against Local Fracking Bans

Utica Shale Rig Count Drops to 12 on Latest ODNR Report

Energy in Depth Releases Video Tribute to Aubrey McClendon