Ascent Resources - Utica, LLC (“Ascent”) in conjunction with Cumberland Trail Fire Department hosted a Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) mock exercise in May.
A Youngstown firefighter is urging state lawmakers to require increased disclosure to emergency responders of chemicals used in horizontal hydraulic fracturing.
Mark Kovac | Gatehouse Media
The Ken Miller Supply Oil, Gas, Car, Truck and Agriculture Museum, located at 7920 Shreve Road just north of Shreve and south of Wooster on SR 226 will open this Spring.
Two Cambridge-area officials formally voiced their support for legislation that would direct increased funding from oil and gas taxes to local governments to pay for road and other improvements.
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The natural gas is available, pipelines to move it are in the works, and big plans are afoot for electrical and petrochemical plants that will use it – but the North American shale industry could face setbacks because of a shortage that only humans can fill.
Guernsey County and three neighboring counties rank in Ohio’s top 10 for Utica shale gas and oil production.
Industry groups continue to rail against a proposal by Gov. John Kasich to raise tax rates on oil and gas produced via horizontal hydraulic fracturing.
Wayne County’s engineer does not want to stop the process for the Rover Pipeline project, but he is slowing it down just a little.
Celebrating its seventh year, the Shale Insight™ 2017 Conference and Exhibit is returning to the epicenter of the Marcellus and Utica Shale plays Sept. 27-28 at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh.
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The importance of energy production and infrastructure to the Ohio Valley was the main focus at a discussion about energy issues, manufacturing and workforce development at Consumer Energy Alliance’s (CEA) 2017 Ohio Valley Energy and Manufacturing Forum, in Marietta.
The Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce kicks off this year’s Utica Upstream Conference Series on Wednesday, April 5, at Walsh University’s Barrette Center, 2020 E. Maple St., in North Canton. The conference begins with registration at 7:30 a.m.
As we begin 2017, we are looking forward to a celebration of the Ohio Oil and Gas Association’s 70-year anniversary.
Lyndsey Kleven | Communications Coordinator For Ooga
In December, 2016, Governor John Kasich vetoed a part of Senate Bill 235 that would affect the oil and gas industry’s sale-tax exemption.
Jacob Runnels | Gatehouse Media
An oil and gas drilling company has dropped four counterclaims it has made against the city of Munroe Falls, but legal wrangling in the case concerning a well on the Sonoco paper mill property is not over.
Jeff Saunders | Gatehouse Media
While no pipelines broke ground in 2016, one was finally granted approval to commence, but it wasn’t until the beginning of February 2017. Three pipelines are expected to be constructed in the county, barring any surprises.
Bobby Warren | Gatehouse Media
Construction on the Utopia Pipeline is expected to begin in March, according to Kinder Morgan, developer of the project.
Dylan Sams | Gatehouse Media
If there is to be a natural gas well near Kimpton Middle School, it will be without the cooperation of the Stow-Munroe Falls City Schools. The Board of Education unanimously approved a resolution at its Jan.