Showing posts from May, 2016

Ohio Rep. Jack Cera Introduces Severance Tax Bill

Volume of Injection Waste in Ohio in 2015 Higher Than Previously Reported

Oil Climbs over $50: Can Investors Bank on a Recovery?

Keep-It-In-The-Ground Asks for Public Hearing after Forcing Previous Hearing to End Early

Valourec Posts $326 Million First Quarter Loss

05/24/16 Links of the Day: More Bankruptcies, Ohio Court Battles Continue, and More

American Energy Partners Lays Off Workers, Announces Plans to Shut Down

No New Permits for Utica Shale Last Week

New Report: Shale Development Boosting Local Government Revenues

Appalachian Basin Has Shifted from Big-Time Natural Gas User to Big-Time Producer

Drillers Pondering the Proper Timing and Pace for the Return of Rigs

Cramer: Goldman Sachs "Should Be Taken to Task" For Bad Calls on Oil

EIA: Utica Shale Should See Increased Production in May 2016 Compared to May 2015

Forbes Looks at Four Fallacies in the Fracktivist Tool Box

PA Town Legalizes Civil Disobedience to Fight Injection Well

Utica Shale Goes Over 1,300 Wells Producing in Ohio

05/13/16 Links of the Day: NEXUS Pipeline Facing More Hurdles, Belmont County Cracker Plant on Track, and More

More Ties to Activists, New Questions Over Publication Status in UC Groundwater Fracking Study