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Natural-gas fueling station in works WEATHERSFIELD IGS CNG Services broke ground Wednesday on
Shale activities on hold after fifth Poland Township quake
Staff report YOUNGSTOWN The Youngstown State University art department is sponsoring a series of
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources shut down all activity at Hilcorp Energy Co.’s fracking well on Moore Road in Poland Township, after a series of earthquakes occurred in Mahoning County on Monday.
The Texas-based company has wells in Trumbull, Mahoning and Mercer counties
Blue Racer Midstream, a joint venture of Caiman Energy II and Dominion East Ohio Gas, announced long-term agreements with prominent producers to gather and process natural gas
A memo outlining the communications strategy was released Feb. 15. It labeled the so-called eco-left, including the Sierra Club, Ohio Environmental Council and others as adversaries.
Columbiana County in plans for pipeline YOUNGSTOWN Texas Eastern Transmission LP, a subsidiary
Madero’s company now must import natural gas and electricity from Texas to run its border plant in Coahuila, even though Mexico sits on a vast supply of shale gas it so far has been unable to tap.
Associated Press BILLINGS, Mont. Railroads that haul volatile crude shipments have reached an
The work in the Santa Barbara Channel, site of a 1969 oil platform blowout, has not yet begun and it was not immediately clear when it would.
Walter “Buzz” Pishkur, director of water utilities for the city of Arlington, Texas, was the keynote speaker at the luncheon. He said that regulation and transparency are key as governments work with companies and local residents to develop the shale industry.
By Becky Bohrer Associated Press Juneau, Alaska The Alaska Senate Resources Committee has
Throughout February, a number of meaningful events struck me as interesting and related to the oil
A revised proposal increased the tax rate to 2.25 percent, which would take effect after two years of drilling.
An update on lawmaker action and other activities at the Ohio Statehouse related to horizontal
Construction is set to begin next month on two pumps that would provide compressed natural gas in Girard.
The region’s shale-drilling boom has brought with it an influx of out-of-state workers to eastern Ohio.
The city and developers have lagged behind the influx of oil field workers, whose sometimes six-figure salaries can bear inflated rent and have caused a shake up in housing supply and demand.
Magnum dry well begins production HOUSTON Magnum Hunter Resources Corporation announced that its