Showing posts from October, 2016

Oil and Gas Producers Inching Towards Tapping "Drilled But Uncompleted" Wells

Even as Activity Has Slowed, Ohio Continues to Feel Benefits of Shale Boom

OOGA Representative Anticipates Increased Activity in Columbiana County

Bill to Protect PA Landowners from Royalty Schemes Appears to be Dead For Now

Stone Energy Will File for Pre-Packaged Bankruptcy

Obama Administration Sides with Activists on Methane Rule, Moves to Put Small Producers out of Business

9 New Permits Issued for Utica Shale Drilling as Rig Count Declines Again

New Study: Probability of Environmental Impacts from Fracking Chemicals is Low

Ohio Anti-Fracking Ballot Measures Face Strong Community Opposition in November

Rice Energy Closes on Acquisition of Vantage Energy

Ohio First Responders Get Prepared for Emergencies at Shale Safety Institute 2016

Gulfport Energy Corporation Provides Third Quarter 2016 Operational Update and Schedules Third Quarter 2016 Financial and Operational Results Conference Call

U.S. Oil Output on the Rebound as Rigs Spring Back into Action

EIA Releases Latest Drilling Productivity Report

Despite Huge Fundraising Flop, CELDF Still Pushing for More Lawsuits in Ohio

Permitting Slows and Rig Count Declines Again on Latest ODNR Report

Video Tells Story of How Chesapeake Energy is Cheating PA Landowners

10/15/16 Links of the Day: New Study From OSU, 6 Cracker Plants in Appalachian Basin?, and More

Natural Gas Prices Hit Highest Point in Nearly Two Years

Chesapeake Energy Continues Maneuvering in Efforts to Improve Cash Flow, Reduce Debt

Waterville Group Seeking Ordinance to Block NEXUS Pipeline

OPEC Agreement to Slow Oil Production is Showing Some Cracks

Utica Rig Count Declines on Latest ODNR Report

Unions Pack the House In Support of Ohio Pipeline

Analysts: Oil Rally is Here, But Don't Expect it to Last

Shale Producers Rush to Hedge 2017 Prices During Oil Rally

Engineer: Renewables Aren't Ready for Keep-It-In-the-Ground Movement to Be Practical

Is Natural Gas Much More Than Just a Bridge Fuel?

EIA Releases Annual Gas Report for 2015

Could Officials Be Prosecuted in Towns That Adopt Fracking Bans?