Sunday, February 7, 2016
shale well

Carroll County has the most producing wells in the state of Ohio as of Nov. 30, 2015 ODNR reports.

2015 horizontal well production has already surpassed Ohio's 2014 totals.
coal plant

The 400 MW, 65-year-old plant was shuttered in 2014 in response to low natural gas prices and the onset of strict environmental regulations promulgated by the Obama Administration.

Three drilling companies executives look into their crystal ball to tell readers what may be ahead in the oil and gas industry.
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ODNR issued 75 shale drilling permits last month; 40 were issued in Belmont County

Pennsylvania was first. Now Ohio. Two lawsuits seeking class action status have now been filed against Chesapeake Exploration.
chesapeake well site sign

Chesapeake's Utica shale net production in the third quarter dropped 15 percent, as the company curtailed production as a result of weak product pricing.
natural gas rig

Shale permits plummet in Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
shale

Carroll County continues to lead the state with the most number of producing wells.
Shale gas rig

Washington County has the highest number of producing wells in Pennsylvania as of the latest count by the state DEP.
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