Showing posts from April, 2017

Anti-Drilling Activist Suggests That People Should Start Murdering Oil and Gas Workers

Rover Pipeline Feeling Heat After 2 Spills; Will Also Pay $2.3 Million for Demolishing Historic Home

NRDC-Funded Study: ‘No Indication of Groundwater Contamination’ From Fracking

Rig Count Climbs on Latest ODNR Permitting Report

Looking Back on the Unpredictable U.S. Shale Boom

Exxon is Turning Loose its Shale Unit

Lack of Confidence Evident in Energy Sector

Gulfport Energy Provides First Quarter Update

Over $1 Billion Invested in Mahoning Valley, Highlighted by Lordstown Energy Project

Fracking Generates $200 Million for Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District

Oil Producers Relying More on Technology to Deal With Changing Landscape

Researcher: Anti-Fracking Studies ‘Cannot Tell Us That Oil and Gas Caused Any of These Health Outcomes’

Two Spills Have Occurred During Construction of Rover Pipeline

EIA Predicts May Will See Biggest U.S. Oil Production Increase in Two Years

Rig Count and Permitting Activity Both Drop on Latest ODNR Report

Wealthiest County in America is Driven by Shale

Beck Energy's Battle With Munroe Falls Continues

Anti-Driller in Dimock Sues Driller Despite Previously Accepting a Settlement

Community “Disgusted” As Columbus Teachers Force Pre-K Students to Protest Wayne Fracking

U.S. Shale Investment Increases Again