Showing posts from August, 2016

Ohio Changes Taxation of Oil and Gas Reserves

FERC Listens to Ohio Residents Rail Against the NEXUS Pipeline

Duke University Files $9.9 Million Claim Against Aubrey McClendon's Estate, Then Withdraws It

Study Finds Pollution from Fracking is Negligible When Proper Methods Are Used

Is Ascent Resources Headed for Pre-Packaged Bankruptcy?

Donald Trump Set to Headline Shale Insight Conference in Pittsburgh

Focus in Utica Shale Shifts Towards Dry Gas

New Study Attempts to Link Fracking to Health Problems

Obama Energy Secretary Sings Praises of Fracking's Effect on Environment

Three Technological Developments Are Changing the Oil and Gas Sector

Study: Utopia East Pipeline Would Generate $237 Million for Local Economy Over First 5 Years

Op-Ed Makes Case For Fracking as a Key to Fight Against ISIS

Big Investors Are Getting Back Behind Oil Producers

Harold Hamm Warns Hillary Clinton Would Kill the Oil and Gas Industry as President

Analyst: Oil Prices Poised for Strong Rebound in 2017

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

Ashtabula Refinery Plans Put on Hold

Utica Rig Count at 14 as 5 New Permits Are Issued Last Week

OPEC on Course For Output Freeze, Former Chief Says

The Buy Signal for Oil Is In

Analysts: Oil Industry is on a Bumpy Road to Recovery

Methane "Hot Spot" Linked to Natural Gas Leaks by NASA

Stark State College to Receive Over $500,000 From State for Shale Education

Analyst Lists Chesapeake Energy as Top Company on List of Those Dominating the Utica Shale

Science Advisors Uphold EPA’s Topline Conclusion of “No Widespread, Systemic Impacts”