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Dave McCallion has tried for nearly six years to get the leaking oil and gas well in his hay field fixed. The well seems to exist in a regulatory gray area.

The future of Ohio oil and gas may not lie in exploration and production. It might lie in decarbonization efforts. 

House Bill 507 defines natural gas as green energy and requires state agencies to open public lands to oil and gas leasing. 

Ohio's Third District Court of Appeals heard oral arguments in eminent domain cases involving preserved farmland in Union County on Nov. 22.

Ohio’s program to plug abandoned oil and gas wells has been chronically underachieving, failing to hit its spending goals every year.

An active year of drilling and high natural gas prices last year led Pennsylvania to collect the second largest amount ever in impact fee revenue from natural gas drillers.

The natural gas industry has cleaned up its act over the years. Is that enough to make it a green energy source? Troy Balderson thinks so.

The Energy Information Administration reported Sept. 1 that production in the Marcellus and Utica shales averaged 31.9 billion cubic feet per day during the first half of the year. That's the highest average for a six-month period since production began in 2008. 

Pennsylvania was within 1,000 billion cubic feet of Texas’ natural gas production levels through the second quarter of 2021, according to the Pennsylvania Independent Fiscal Office’s quarterly natural gas production report. This is the closest Pennsylvania has ever been to Texas production levels.

The Pennsylvania DEP fined Sunoco Pipeline’s Mariner East 2 pipeline $85,666 for violations in four counties. According to the DEP, Sunoco spilled more than 400 gallons of drilling fluids into wetlands in Blair, Cumberland and Juniata counties and a creek in Lebanon County.