One thing is for certain. The electorate may be in but the jury is still out when it comes to what will happen during a Trump presidency.
By Shawn Bennett | Ohio Oil And Gas Association
The 2016 Technical Conference and Oilfield Expo of the Ohio Oil and Gas Association will unfold on Wednesday, Nov. 2, at the Pritchard Laughlin Civic Center.
Joining with regional West Virginia and Ohio partners, SHALE INSIGHT™ returned to Pittsburgh this year with a clear focus on the economic and environmental opportunities that shale development presents for the Appalachian Basin and beyond.
The second report in the Energy Institute’s Energy Accountability Series finds that America’s economy would be much weaker today if certain politicians and special interest groups had gotten their way and oil and natural gas resources had not been developed.
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In a hefty release, the Ohio Supreme Court sided with longtime mineral rights holders in more than a dozen decisions involving oil and gas reserves in the eastern part of the state.
Marc Kovac | Dix Capital Bureau
The Ohio Supreme Court on Sept. 14 killed attempts by citizens groups in Portage and two other counties to put county charter initiatives on the Nov. 8 ballot.
Mike Sever | Dix Communications
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump gave the keynote address Sept. 22 at the annual Shale Insight conference in downtown Pittsburgh, calling the contrast of the energy policies of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, “a war.
With natural gas prices remaining low it’s more common to see natural gas fueling stations sprout up, with Ohio having 43 natural gas fueling stations, according to AltFuelPrices.com.
Jacob Runnels | Dix Communications Photos By: Jessica Dreschel | Akron Metro
A couple of miles north of Carrollton, Ohio, on what used to be a bean field just off state Route 9, construction crews have been working around the clock to build a facility that will produce 700 megawatts of electricity using a 21st-century approach that leaves coal-based methods in the annals of the energy industry.
Sara Klein | Staff Writer
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump presented his "America First" energy plan at a rally earlier this year in North Dakota and while the address contained its share of slams against his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton, and President Barack Obama, it also contained Trump's pledges to help the gas and oil industry.
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While Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton does not list a specific "energy only" policy, she does discuss an energy policy that is tied to climate change. "Climate change is an urgent threat and a defining challenge of our time," Clinton writes.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich on Tuesday ordered creation of a single-call notification system for oil-and-gas emergencies and authorized two state departments to start setting it up.
Julie Carr Smyth | Ap Statehouse Correspondent
Wayne County is now on the clock.
Bobby Warren | Dix Communications
CAMBRIDGE -- The Guernsey County commissioners have reiterated opposition to a planned drill cuttings treatment facility to be located in the Desmond Hall Industrial Park.
By Dan Davis | Dix Communications
“There’s a lot of money to be made here,” commented Frank Nieto, senior editor of Hart Energy’s Midstream Business magazine, during the afternoon session of the May 8 Utica Midstream Conference in Canton.
By Sara Klein | Dix Communications
BENWOOD - The Marcellus and Utica shale industry is breathing life into an 80,000-square-foot building not used since the former Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corp. closed it in 1983.
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ZANESVILLE — The Ohio Oil Gas Association Summer Meeting is scheduled for Aug. 15-16 at the Zanesville Country Club.
Barnesville Village Council has voted to re-open Reservoir #1 for use as a drinking water supply.
By Cathryn Stanley | Dix Communications
Munroe Falls — Five years after the city began legal battles over control of oil and gas wells within city boundaries, there is a new court case in the matter.
By Jeff Saunders | Dix Communications
CAMBRIDGE -- The Cambridge-Guernsey County Community Improvement Corporation’s board of directors has not endorsed a company’s proposal regarding fracking waste and the D.O. Hall Industrial Park, the CIC executive director said.