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Pennsylvania-company purifies acid-mine drainage for oil and gas industry
The Environmental Defense Fund, a nonprofit environmental advocacy group, released a report that highlighted companies that developed technologies and services for the emerging methane mitigation industry.
An update on lawmaker action and other activities at the Ohio Statehouse related to horizontal hydraulic fracturing.
SHALE INSIGHT conference set in Pittsburgh next week Pittsburgh In its fourth year, the SHALE
Government agencies were careful not to use lease bonus payments for recurring costs
Environmentalists want to lift a cap on fines for violations, while industry officials want to limit who can ask for a public hearing
By MARK STEVENSON Associated Press MEXICO CITY Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto signed
Change to fracking process may help companies to open the oil portion of the Utica Shale
COLUMBUS An update on lawmaker action and other activities at the Ohio Statehouse related to
Activity update COLUMBUS Updated permitting activity from the Ohio Department of Natural
By BURTON SPEAKMAN email@example.com YOUNGSTOWN A group of Youngstown activists hopes the
Oil and Gas industry official wants to provide perspective on fracking in book
Associated Press PITTSBURGH Pennsylvania’s former health secretary says the state has failed to
Northern section of Utica just doesn't have production results to justify expense.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources reports Ohio’s natural gas production nearly doubled from 2012 to 2013 because of the activity in the Utica shale play.
A presentation by Austin Master Services at Youngstown City Hall Wednesday evening clarified the process the company is taking in testing radioactivity in materials that come out of the earth through the process of hydraulic fracking.
Associated Press AZLE, Texas Earthquakes used to be almost unheard of on the vast stretches of
Henrietta Bibbs takes exception to many aspects of hydraulic fracturing in the Mahoning Valley, such as the oil and gas industry’s claims of job creation.
Associated Press HARRISBURG, PA. Tom Wolf may not hold an elected office yet, but as Democratic
The new president will find changes on campus after his time away.