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Eclipse Resources to buy Pa. Utica shale leases, wells
Eclipse Resources announces agreements to acquire new Utica shale oil and gas leases in central Pennsylvania.
Oil and gas drilling continues in Ohio’s Utica shale play
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources issued 70 new drilling permits in the Utica and Point Pleasant shales the past two months. Of the 323 permits issued to date in 2017, 81 have been drilled, but only two are in production.
Thai energy company buys wells in Pa. Marcellus shale
Kalnin Ventures, on behalf of Thai energy giant Banpu, buys 34 wells in the Marcellus shale of Wyoming County, Pennsylvania, from Zena Energy.
Oil and gas drilling permits climbing in Ohio, Pa.
There were 268 oil and gas drilling permits issued in Pennsylvania’s Marcellus shale play, and 112 permits issued in Ohio’s Utica play in March/April.
Oil and gas permitting activity picking up in Ohio
Ohio issued 76 unconventional well permits so far this year and Pennsylvania, 196, a sign production is continuing on a steady pace (and definitely above last year's levels).
Managing fluids used in shale wells
Penn State University’s Marcellus center reports between 5 and 25 percent of the cost to drill and develop a shale well is in managing the fluids.
Shale gas drilling permits increase in Ohio, Pa.
Oil and gas drilling permits remain steady in the Marcellus and Utica plays. There are now 1,472 oil and gas wells producing in Ohio’s Utica shale.
Utica and Marcellus shale: Oil and gas drilling permits inch higher
Pennsylvania issued 189 drilling permits for unconventional shale oil and gas wells in September and October; Ohio issued 61 drilling permits. Find out where.
New regulations of shale drilling take effect in Pennsylvania
Shale oil and gas: Pennsylvania updated its rules regulating unconventional drilling practices and hydraulic fracturing.
Utica and Marcellus shale: Horizontal well permit activity still strong in...
Ohio issued only 19 drilling permits in the Utica Shale in July, signaling continued pull-back in oil and gas industry. In contrast, Pennsylvania granted 100 permits.