Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Shale gas rig

Harrison County is leading the way for the number of Utica shale permits issued in the state of Ohio.

One oil and gas driller has come under fire in Pennsylvania for excessive royalty deductions, but proposed state legislation could protect landowners in a similar position.

Chesapeake Energy is under scrutiny by top Pennsylvania officials, after Pa. Gov. Tom Corbett sent a letter to Chesapeake about its business practices involving royalties.

A third plan for the proposed severance tax may be on its way to the Ohio Statehouse.

The Utica shale is no longer a secret and the future is bright for the oil and gas industry through 2020.

Ohio Department of Natural Resources Director James Zehringer says everything is being done to ensure water supplies are not affected by any process of the Utica shale drilling process.

From 2013-2030, shale gas production will increase by 65 percent, and in 2030, it will account for 48 percent of the total U.S. natural gas supply.
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There were seven permits issued in Belmont County during December, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.

ODNR releases third quarter production numbers from Ohio’s oil and gas wells.

PITTSBURGH, Pa.  — CONSOL Energy Inc. is providing an update on Marcellus shale well results from several CONSOL-operated drilling pads in Washington County, Pa. Pennsylvania The...
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