The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) approved of an investment increase, as well as a spending increase, for Dominion East Ohio’s Pipeline Infrastructure Replacement (PIR) program in September.
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With their newest pipeline pumping product, Marathon and MarkWest companies in northeastern Ohio are positioned for a future of growth, according to company heads.
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Southeastern Ohio has been a hotbed of oil and gas activity for the past several years.
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How does natural gas become a plastic toy or an industrial safety device? The gas molecule can be reconfigured to become a raw material for plastics manufacturing. Business leaders will hear what plastics manufacturers buy and what they make at Utica Summit IV on Oct.
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In 2014 OPEC members flooded the global market with cheap oil.
Ohio could take in $237.3 million from the proposed Utopia Pipeline, according to a study conducted by two Kent State University professors.
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Congressmen Bob Gibbs and Jim Renacci were on friendly turf talking about the need for regulatory and tax reform at the Consumer Energy Alliance Midwest forum recently in Canton.
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The precipitous decline of the gas and oil industry in Guernsey County was not for want of those natural resources, a prominent industry insider reported in early September.
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Raymond Beck's decades-long career in the oil and gas industry began with a job that just came upon him."A drilling contractor offered me a job [in 1967] in the winter months when I really wasn‚Äôt looking for a job, and it grew from there," he said.
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During an August 15 ceremony, the Ohio Oil and Gas Association (OOGA) presented Tom Stewart, former executive vice president of the OOGA and principal at Oilfield Policy Advisors with the Oilfield Patriot Award, an annual honor bestowed by the trade association.
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Bricker Eckler is growing its Southeast Ohio legal team in reflection of its increasing client base and opportunities in the region.
As a professional in the business development world, Paul Boulier, vice president of business attraction at Team Northeast Ohio, said Ohio businesses should treat the growing ethane and oil industry in the state as a marathon rather than a sprint.
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Credit the Marcellus shale formation and the latest drilling technology for a new distinction for a portion of southeastern Ohio and northwestern West Virginia.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio gas prices continue to fall, while remaining slightly higher than the national average.
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APATEQ, pronounced Ap-pa-tek, has developed a revolutionary, “cost-effective method green processing technology that efficiently separates hydrocarbons from frack flowback, produced water and brine without using chemicals,” said Dirk Martin, chief sales officer at APATEQ.
MONACA, Pa. - Shell Chemical Appalachia LLC said Tuesday it's building a petrochemical plant that will create up to 6,000 construction jobs and 600 permanent jobs once it begins production early next decade.
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DOHA, Qatar (AP) — The oil market is slowly recovering from its steep drop over the past two years but crude is still not trading at a "fair price" to encourage necessary investment, Qatar's energy and industry minister said Tuesday, ahead of next week's meeting of OPEC producers.
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CAMBRIDGE -- The annual meeting of gas and oil pipeline companies at the Pritchard Laughlin Civic Center in Cambridge attracted more than a hundred attendees, including firefighters, law enforcement personnel, gas and oil workers and local residents to hear John Cory talk about pipeline safety.
By Judie Perkowski | Dix Communications
New start-up, Pipeline Compliance Group, LLC, seeks to assist pipeline operators comply with federal pipeline safety regulatory requirements and provide local governments with pipeline safety education and consulting programs.
NEW YORK (AP) — Cheniere Energy is naming Jack Fusco as CEO after the natural gas company's previous CEO was forced out under pressure from activist investor Carl Icahn. Fusco was most recently executive chairman of Calpine Corp.