Showing posts from July, 2016

Oil Prices Slip to Three-Month Low

Halliburton Posts $3.2 Billion Loss, Lays Off More Workers

Eclipse Resources Drills Two Utica Shale Wells in 2nd Quarter

Energy Industry Job Cuts Not Stopping Yet

EIA Projection: Utica Shale Gas Production to Increase in August

Despite Provocative Headlines, New Pa. Study Fails to Link Fracking to Asthma

Chesapeake Energy Faces Lawsuit Over Alleged Bid-Rigging

Officials Hopeful That Cracker Plant Will Prompt Action on $2.3 Billion Ohio River Project

Guernsey County Commissioners Continue to Oppose Drill Cuttings Treatment Facility

Utica Shale Rig Count Jumps on Latest ODNR Permitting Report

University of Cincinnati Conducting Yet Another Taxpayer Funded Air, Groundwater Study

Goldman Sachs: 100,000 Oil Industry Jobs Could be Coming Back in Next 2 Years

Cracker Plant Projects Provide Opportunity for Plastics Companies

Depleted Workforce and Other Factors Slow Oil Industry Revival

Ohio Seeing Power Plant Building Boom

Ohio Inches Closer to 2,200 Utica Shale Permits

Corrected UC Fracking Study Shows Retracted Original Exaggerated Cancer Risk by 725,000 Percent

Injection Well Shut Down After Illegal Dumping May Soon Be Back in Action

Seventy Seven Energy Emerges From Bankruptcy with New $100 Million Loan

Belmont County Cracker Plant Likely to Force Some Residents to Move

Speculation Mounting That Oil Prices Will Drop Again

Calls Increasing for Oil and Gas Companies to Disclose Details of How Shifting to Renewable Energy Will Affect Them

Number of North American Drillers Filing for Bankruptcy Has Hit 85 Since Start of 2015

National Science Foundation Study Clears Fracking of Contaminating Water

American Energy Alliance Gives Donald Trump its Endorsement

U.S. Natural Gas Supply Glut is Starting to Disappear

Corrected Data from Retracted UC Study Show Emission Levels Well Below EPA Standards