Showing posts from June, 2018

Permitting Continues to Creep Along in Utica Shale

Does Fracking Cause Obesity? Fat Chance, Despite Activist Researchers’ Claims

Ohio Roads Continue to Take a Beating From Heavy Oil and Gas Truck Traffic

Job Seekers Finding Opportunities in the Oil and Gas Industry

New Yale Study is the Latest to Find Shale Drilling Does Not Contaminate Water

Cabot Begins Search for Oil and Gas in Ashland County

Anti-Drillers Fight Against NEXUS Pipeline in Green Hits a Wall as Referendum is Kept Off Ballot

Ohio's Law on Forced Pooling is Upheld in Federal Court

Gas Drillers Hurt by Rise in Oil Drilling

Some Companies Pay the Price for Hedging Oil at $55

PA Study Finds Water Quality May Be Improving in Areas with Heavy Shale Drilling

Utica Shale Permitting Goes Quiet Last Week

Belmont County Cracker Plant Moves Closer to Becoming a Reality

Previous Concerns of Utica Gas Bottleneck Have Given Way to Concerns Over Too Much Capacity

Company's Request to Change to Class I Injection Well Meets with Opposition

Analysts and Geologists Both See More Cracker Plants Coming to Region

EV Energy Partners Dubs Itself Harvest Oil & Gas Corp. as It Rises from Ashes of Bankruptcy

No Injuries in West Virginia Pipeline Explosion

Rig Count Holds Steady as Utica Shale Permitting Remains Glacial

Anti-Fracking Kucinich Begs for Money After 40-Point Ohio Gubernatorial Primary Loss

2018 Marcellus and Utica Shale Almanac Now Available

ODNR Releases Updated Utica and Marcellus Shale Activity Maps

Permitting Slows Again in Utica Shale as Rig Count Drops Below 20

Utica Shale Getting More Attention in West Virginia and Pennsylvania

Oil Industry Not Happy With President Trump's Tariffs

Court Decision Puts Midstream Companies at Risk

U.S. Shale Set to Weather the Effects of OPEC's Oil Price Strategies

22 Graduate From Utica Shale Academy

Ohio Colleges and Universities Receive Over $852,000 From ExxonMobil and Employees