Showing posts from October, 2017

EQT Provides 3rd Quarter Update, Mulls Changes After Rice Merger Goes Through

Average U.S. Shale Breakeven Oil Price Has Dropped 42 Percent in Four Years

Court Rules That Ohio Law Allows Chesapeake Energy to Cut Landowner Royalties

Natural Gas Prices May Go Up a Little Bit This Winter

Rover Pipeline Runs Into More Trouble in Michigan

Pipeline Worker from Wooster Dies in Metering Station Accident

Is U.S. Shale Heading for Higher Heights or a Crash? Depends on Who You Ask

Ohio EPA Chief: ‘Communication is Key’ to Agency’s Proactive Approach to Shale Development

FERC Approves Horizontal Directional Drilling at More Sites for Rover Pipeline

ODNR Posts October 2017 Utica and Marcellus Shale Activity Maps

Utica Shale Producing Wells Up by 21 on Latest ODNR Report

API Foresees Growing Demand for STEM Workers as Shale Expansion Continues

Permitting Activity Increases Again in Utica Shale

Ohio Holds the ‘Key Anchor’ To Appalachia’s Bright Plastics Future

OPEC Urges Shale Drillers to Do Fair Share to Control Oil Market

CELDF’s Worst Year Yet: Ohio Supreme Court Rejects Youngstown ‘Bill of Rights’ Appeal

SRBC Continues to Find No Water Contamination from Drilling

NEXUS Pipeline Gets Construction Go-Ahead; Rover Approved for More Horizontal Directional Drilling

New Bill Would Give Some Ohio Counties Bigger Share of Oil and Gas Production Revenue

Pipeline Construction is Aiding OH Utica Shale in Closing Gap on PA Marcellus

Ohio Supreme Court Rules That Youngstown Fracking Ban Will Not Go on Ballot for 7th Time

Two New Gas-Fired Power Plants Approved in Ohio

Rover Pipeline Gets Approval from FERC to Nearly Double Capacity

Rig Count Tumbles on Latest Utica Shale Report from ODNR