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Utica Shale Permitting Remains Very Slow Last Week

What Goes Up Must Come Down: U.S. Oil Production Peak Could Come Soon

Ohio Agencies Say They Don’t Get Many Fracking Health Complaints

Article Asks Whether Good of Fracking Outweighs Bad in Belmont County

Halliburton Cutting North American Workforce by 8 Percent

Cracker Plant in Belmont County Would Take Nearby Houses

Man Behind New Ohio Natural Gas Power Plants Vows to Fight Back Against Nuclear Bailout

Rig Count Continues Yo-Yo Act in Utica, Drops Back to 17

Activists and Coal Magnate Working to Fight Belmont County Injection Well

Nuclear Bailout in Ohio is Now Law

9 Permits Issued Last Week in Utica as Rig Count Bounces Back to 18

Bill Watson Tabbed to Helm Utica Shale Academy

Energy Transfer Considers $2.5 Billion Sale of Rover Pipeline Stake

Restoration Work Continues for Pipeline Projects in Ohio; Legal Fights Continue as Well

OOGA President Provides Latest Update on Utica Shale

Rice Brothers Win Battle for Control of EQT

Rig Count Drops Yet Again in Utica Shale

Why is There a DUC on Your Property?

Largest Grant in State History Will Help Prepare for Belmont County Cracker Plant

Mahoning County Strikes New Agreement in Hopes of Cashing in on Shale Drilling

Court Rules That Activist Effort to Deal Blow to FERC Can Proceed

New Report Warns Turning Away From Oil & Natural Gas Will Cost United States $4.5 Trillion

July 2019 Utica and Marcellus Shale Activity Maps

Permitting Picks Back Up a Little in Utica Shale