The new president will find changes on campus after his time away.
Some board members expressed reservations about the blizzard bags
Throughout February, a number of meaningful events struck me as interesting and related to the oil
The year 2013 marked a year of political decisiveness that was augmented with infrastructure development and seismic shale play testing. The Oil and Natural Gas is setting up shop and its impact to the economy and environment are becoming more apparent.
Shows support for state legislative efforts that would incentivize compressed natural gas for vehicles
Another charter amendment is bad news for U.S. oil and gas industry
Columnist questions two new injection wells and wonders about an old one
The company has helped lead a turnaround in both Girard and Youngstown
Questionable methods of extracting uranium and oil and gas are raising new concerns about radioactive material
The city of Youngstown is being asked to vote on a proposed charter amendment May 7. The entire
A regular reader of this column asked me why I never point out good things going on in eastern Ohio’s oil and natural-gas industry. Another asked, based on things I have written, did I think the industry can succeed in Ohio? To both, I quickly referred to a couple of versions of “Mike on Frack” that promoted the jobs added by this industry referencing data supplied by the Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber. I also have touted the number of workers brought to this area in trucking and drilling operations, ancillary services such as food and fuel and, of course, the V&M expansion.
The recent incident of brine and drilling-waste dumping near the D&L Energy headquarters at 2761
Today I was reminded of the nine months I spent trying to convince anyone who would listen that