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NEXUS Pipeline Gets FERC Approval; Green Continues to Threaten Surveyors

IEA: Natural Gas and Oil Will Be a ‘Bedrock’ of Global Energy System for ‘Many Decades to Come’

Oil Prices Jump as OPEC Reaches Agreement to Curb Output

Ohio's Takeaway Capacity Stands to See Large Increase with New Pipeline Projects

Rig Count Drops and Permitting Slows During Holiday Week

Analyst: Chesapeake Energy's Credit Ratio Getting Worse Despite Maneuvering

Sierra Club Comes After NEXUS Pipeline; DTE Pushes Back

2015 Oil & Gas Production in Ohio Was Up, But Value Was Down

Rig Count and Producing Wells See Increase on Latest ODNR Report

Election of Trump and OPEC Production Plans Have Shale Industry on the Move

Carl Icahn Severs All Ties with Chesapeake Energy, Sealing a Big Loss

EPA Rushing to Implement President Obama's Plans Before President-Elect Trump Takes Office

Chesapeake Energy Sells Off 27 Utica Shale Wells, 37,000 Acres of Ohio and Pennsylvania Assets

Utica Shale Replenishes Funding Cuts to Ohio Public Schools

Prepare for Significant Oil Policy Shifts Under President Donald Trump

NEXUS Pipeline Not Changing Plans Despite Waterville Vote to Block It

Former Energy Secretary Steven Chu Touts Fracking

Rig Count Climbs Again in the Utica Shale

December Seminar in Columbus Will Look at Impact of Ohio Supreme Court's DMA Decision

Seventy Seven Energy Continues to Lose Money After Re-Emerging from Bankruptcy

Ohio Utica Shale Stands Out for Bucking National Gas Production Trend

Remembering a Member of The Digger Family

Waterville Passes Amendment to Block Nexus Pipeline

Ohio Voters Thoroughly Reject Anti-Fracking Bill of Rights for Sixth Consecutive Time

What Will Donald Trump's Presidency Mean for the Energy Industry?

Ohio Supreme Court Declines to Settle Issue of Post-Production Deductions

ODNR Releases November 2016 Shale Activity Maps

Utica Rig Count Ticks Up on Latest ODNR Report