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Rig Count Rises in Utica Shale for 2nd Straight Week

Utica Shale 3rd Quarter Production Figures for 2019 Released

Latest ODNR Report Shows Large Jump in Number of Utica Wells in Production

Coverage of Carnegie Mellon Study Omits Clean-Air Facts

Gas Lobby Striking Back as Environmentalists Try to Ban New Gas Hook-Ups

OVOGA Holiday Party Full of Optimism About Future of Oil and Gas in Ohio Valley

Chevron Becomes Latest Driller to Plan Exit From Utica and Marcellus Drilling

December 2019 Shale Activity Maps Published by ODNR

Carnegie Mellon Study Claims Shale Drilling is a Net Negative

Ohio Supreme Court Rules That 21-Year Statute of Limitations Applies to Oil and Gas Leases Terminated for Lack of Production

Rig Count Up One on Latest Utica Permitting Report

Rover and NEXUS Seek to Have Their Taxes Slashed

FirstEnergy Case Gets Tossed by Ohio Supremes, But Company Declares Victory; Fight Continues

Multiple Meetings Held on Proposed Cracker Plant; Still No Final Decision

Utica Rig Count Drops to 10

CSU Study Says Shale Investment in Ohio is Up to $78 Billion Since 2011

Pipeline Through Hamilton County Gets Official Green Light

Gulfport Energy Decides to Cut Jobs and Stop Share Buybacks, Leaving Top Investor Angry

Ohio Counties Outside of Utica Drilling Look to Cash In on Shale Boom

Still No Official Decision on Belmont County Cracker Plant, But Work Continues at Proposed Site

Rig Count Down to 13, Permitting Slowing Again in Utica Shale

Gulfport Energy Looking to Sell Some Utica Assets

EQT Looking to Sell Off its Ohio Assets

Murray Energy Corp. Files for Bankruptcy

GOP Effort to Block Nationwide Fracking Ban Gets Stopped by House Democrats

Analysts Try to Quantify Effects of Fracking Ban Promised by Democratic Presidential Candidates

AEP Sells Thousands of Acres to Ohio, Retains Subsurface Rights

President Trump Praises Shale Drilling During PA Rally

November 2019 Well Activity Maps Posted by ODNR

Rig Count Back to 14 in Utica Shale

FirstEnergy Will Try Anything to Avoid Reversal on Nuclear Bailout

Utica Permitting Back on the Rise, Rig Count Holds Steady

Encino Energy Faces Lawsuit Over Underpaid Royalties

Report: Ohio Counties Have Received Nearly $142 Million in Real Estate Property Taxes from Utica Shale Production