Showing posts from January, 2018

Latest ODNR Report: Utica Shale Permitting Increases as Producing Well and Rig Counts Decrease

Dennis Kucinich Promises to Kill Ohio's Oil and Gas Industry if Elected Governor

Another Wayne National Forest Oil and Gas Rights Auction is Coming in March

Pennsylvania AG Not Giving in to Pressure from Chesapeake Energy Over Underpaid Royalties

Canton's Shale Brewing Co. Expanding Its Reach

Rover Pipeline Drilling Stopped by FERC; May Delay Project Completion

Antero Resources Looking to Complete 20 to 25 Utica Wells This Year

95 Ohio Firefighters Attend Special Training for Oil and Gas Site Emergencies

OPEC Continues to Contemplate Plan for Surging U.S. Oil Production

Permitting Slows, Rig Count Holds Steady on Latest Utica Shale Report

Ohio EPA Watching Rover Pipeline Closely, Expresses Concern Over Missing Drilling Mud

Supersized Well Pads Becoming All the Rage in Utica and Marcellus Shale

More Increases in Takeaway Capacity Coming for Utica and Marcellus Shale

PA Court Ruling Smacks Down Home Rule Fracking Bans; What Could it Mean in Ohio?

Opponents of NEXUS Pipeline Dealt a Blow by FERC

Utica Shale Permitting Picks Up Slightly; Rig Count Up Too

Carroll County Energy Begins Commercial Operations

EIA Projects that U.S. Oil Production in 2019 May Surpass Saudi Arabia, Rival Russia

Oil Could Be Headed for a Price Spike...Or Maybe a Price Collapse

Arctic Weather Not Bringing Skyrocketing Natural Gas Prices With It

President Trump is Opening Things Up for Oil Drillers; Now the Pressure is on Them

Landowners Lose Another Utica Shale Case Before Ohio Supreme Court

Permitting Slow in Utica Shale During 1st Week of 2018

Gas-Fired Power Plant Coming to Site of Former Ormet Plant in Ohio

Lawyer Behind Community Fracking Bans Hit With Legal Sanctions

Chesapeake Offers to Settle Dispute with Landowners, With Conditions

Final Week of 2017 Brings Big Increases in Producing Wells in Utica Shale