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Energy In Depth's Dan examines the facts surrounding the recent methane case in Portage County, Ohio:"This week, a …Continue
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In 2013, General Motors will be releasing two pickup…Continue
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Recently, the Ohio Oil and Gas Association, ShaleDirectories.com, and the…Continue
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EID's Shawn reports on PDC Energy's recent announcement of plans to invest $53 million in Ohio's Utica Shale: "In a recently released capital budget and operations …Continue
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Shawn Bennett of Energy In Depth:
"In a recent article from Mother Jones about wastewater disposal in Ohio, the writer (Thomas Stackpole) unfortunately focused more on hysteria than the facts. As just one example, the author asserted that Ohio has looser regulations than our neighbors, a statement that is simply is not true. In fact, Ohio has some of the most…Continue
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UPDATE (5:05 pm ET, 7/23/2013): Ohio State University is again announcing big news concerning research on Ohio’s shale development. Just four months after announcing a research partnership with West Virginia University, Ohio’s largest public university has announced an interest in studying a working shale well on university land.
OSU owns mineral rights to 780 acres around their…Continue
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Energy In Depth's Shawn "Two major pipeline announcements were made last week that will help relieve the proposed bottleneck of natural gas liquids (NGLs) being produced in Ohio, West Virginia, and western Pennsylvania.…Continue
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"Once again, Carroll County takes the lead in natural gas development in Ohio. Last week, Carroll County Energy LLC announced plans to build an $800 million natural gas-fueled power plant over the next two to three years. As the most permitted county in the state, it makes sense that a company would choose this area for critical infrastructure like this…Continue
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Anne; could you supply a link to your blog?