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New administration, new challenges for oil and gas industry
The Biden administration’s actions around oil and gas development, the environment and the climate have created a lot of uncertainty for the industry that employs tens of thousands of people in Ohio and Pennsylvania, oil and gas industry leaders say.
Retired lobbyist: Natural gas tax could hurt Pa.
A retired lobbyist shares his views on Pennsylvania's proposal to levy a new tax on natural gas production on top of corporate taxes and impact fees.
Fracking permanently banned in Pennsylvania’s Delaware River basin
The Delaware River Basin Commission approved a permanent ban on hydraulic fracturing, impacting the Marcellus Shale gas fields in northeast Pennsylvania.
Report: Appalachian fracking boom didn’t deliver
Local officials and industry leaders are pushing back on a report that says the fracking boom was a bust for Appalachian communities in Ohio and Pennsylvania.
Natural gas and oil production up in Ohio
Natural gas and oil production from Ohio’s horizontal wells was up in the second quarter of 2019, according to a Ohio Dept. of Natural Resources report.
Report: PA produced record amount of natural gas in 2018
Pennsylvania produced more natural gas last year than ever before, according to the DEP's 2018 Oil and Gas Annual Report.
DEP orders ETC to fix waterways
ETC will have to identify and restore or mitigate all streams and wetlands that it eliminated or altered during construction of the Revolution Pipeline.
Ohio Valley will supply nearly half of US natural gas by...
Natural gas from Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia will supply 45 percent of the nation’s production by 2040, according to the IHS study.
Region’s shale oil and gas potential untapped
At the Appalachian Storage Hub Conference, June 7, in Canonsburg, Pa., attendees discussed the untapped potential of oil and gas in the tri-state area.
Natural gas growth concentrated in Marcellus and Utica shale
Natural gas pipelines coming online from Utica and Marcellus shale are likely to trigger higher wellhead natural gas prices, but overall market is flat.