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Cabot Oil & Gas Will Drill First Utica Well in Green Township

Gulfport Energy Provides 2018 1st Quarter Update

Legal Battle Continues Over Proposed Second Power Plant in Lordstown

OPEC Strategy to Drive Up Oil Prices is Working

Report: Over 50,000 American Jobs to be Created by Natural Gas Exporters

$25 Million in Grants Made Available to Help Strengthen Energy Industry Against Cyberattacks

Blue Racer Carries on as the Quiet Giant of the Utica Shale

Rig Count in Utica Shale Declines Again

Rex Energy to Cut Appalachian Basin Spending

Rig Count Drops as Six New Permits Are Issued in Utica Shale

Rover Seeks Permission to Begin Service on New Segments of Pipeline

Good News, Bad News: U.S. Natural Gas Production Hits New Highs in 2017

Cyberattacks Expose Pipeline Vulnerabilities, May Lead to Calls for More Regulation

Increasing Gas Output Means $170 Billion in Infrastructure Investment is Needed

Epic Fail: Sierra Club ‘Pipeline Pillage: Petrochemical Hub’ Event Draws Just Eight Attendees

About 30 People Show Up to Protest Injection Wells in Brookfield

Democratic Lawmakers Pushing for More Money to Communities with Injection Wells

Opposition and All, NEXUS Pipeline on Track for Completion This Year

Latest Wayne National Forest Leasing Auction Lands with a Thud

ODNR Releases First New Utica and Marcellus Activity Maps in Two Months

Permitting Slows to a Crawl in Utica Shale, But Rig Count Continues Rebound

EV Energy Partners Officially Files for Bankruptcy

Rex Energy's Financial Problems Continue to Mount as Company Can't Make Interest Payments

Utica Midstream Conference Gives Updates on Development in the Play

Cyber Attack Impacts Rover Pipeline

Blue Ridge Mountain Resources, Inc. Announces Recent Utica Well Results Delivered Through Development and Delineation Activities

Cabot Oil & Gas Prepares to Explore 100 Miles North of Utica Shale Play's Core

Rig Count on the Rise for Second Straight Week in Utica Shale