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Links of the Day: Get Caught Up on More of the News from the Past Week

Ohio Christens a New Natural Gas Plant

Citigroup: Shale Will Prevail in Battle with OPEC

Rice Energy Accused of Improperly Classifying Employees as Independent Contractors

Frackers Trying to Use Less Sand as Prices Rise

Lawmakers Get First-Hand Look at Natural Gas Lifecycles’ Impact on Ohio’s Economy

ODNR Issues Latest Utica Shale Permitting Report; Rig Count Climbs

The Energy Report: The Bear Market in Oil Continues

New Study Shows Business is Booming for Skilled Trades, Thanks to Pipelines

Availability is Limited This Week

Links of the Day: More 2nd Quarter Updates, Lordstown Plant Supported by Community, and More

Utica Shale Counties Show Highest Income Growth in Ohio

Youngstown Fracking Ban May Be Blocked From Seventh Time on Ballot

ETP Earnings Call Provides Update on Rover Pipeline

OOGA Holds Annual Meeting in Zanesville

Driller Turns Tables by Suing Landowners in Dimock, PA

What Does FERC Quorum Mean for Appalachian Basin?

Pipeline Problems Promulgated as Rover Rankles Roger

Antero Resources Continuing Utica Shale Development

ETP Suggests Possibility That Diesel Fuel in Spilled Drilling Mud May Have Been Sabotage

ODNR Releases August 2017 Utica and Marcellus Shale Activity Maps

Rig Count Drops in Utica; Number of Producing Wells Increases by 23