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Tue., 6pm: Pa. proposing new rules for gas drilling

August 28, 2012 PITTSBURGH (AP) — Pennsylvania is proposing far-reaching changes to oil and gas drilling rules. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (http://bit. more »»

Tue., 6:10pm: NY Mayor Bloomberg: City needs more natural gas

August 28, 2012 NEW YORK (AP) — New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has released a study finding that more natural gas is critical for the city to improve air quality and public health. more »»

Shale Play poised to cover progress

August 26, 2012 Driving down state Route 7 between East Liverpool and Steubenville last week, I kept noticing them. They came one after another, sometimes two or three at a time. more »»

Well opponents face tough road

August 24, 2012 NILES — Niles city and Weathersfield Township could face an uphill battle in their opposition to the proposed drilling of brine injection wells in the city and township. more »»

Chesapeake says it submitted data to Pa.

August 22, 2012 PITTSBURGH — Chesapeake Energy Cor. more »»

Cabot Oil & Gas gets green light in Pa.

August 22, 2012 Pennsylvania environmental officials have given permission to a company to resume a gas drilling procedure that blasts chemical-laden water into the ground in a village where residents say their... more »»

Pa.-based health systems plan gas drilling study

August 22, 2012 ELMIRA, N.Y. — Two Pennsylvania-based health systems plan to tap the electronic records of their patients to study possible effects of living near gas wells drilled in the Marcellus Shale region. more »»

Shale play grows

August 19, 2012 WARREN — With the Marcellus Shale poised to become the most productive natural gas field in the United States, workers in the Mahoning Valley likewise are poised to realize new employment... more »»

Grant aimed at training for shale

August 14, 2012 BOARDMAN — A grant announced Monday should help train workers for the Marcellus and Utica Shale drilling industry. more »»

Oil boom effect: Too many jobs

August 14, 2012 WOODWARD, Okla. — The local prison is so short on guards that inmates can sometimes just walk away. A gas station barely has enough cashiers to keep up with the trucks filling the parking lot. more »»

Shale drillers getting good results in Utica

August 10, 2012 AKRON — Three energy companies drilling for gas and oil along Ohio’s Utica Shale say they’re seeing positive results on their wells’ production numbers as another company describes a less favorable... more »»

Marcellus is top gas field

August 6, 2012 PITTSBURGH — The Marcellus Shale is about to become the most productive natural gas field in the United States, according to data from energy industry analysts and the federal government. more »»

Texas-based firm purchases mineral rights to 27,000 acres

August 3, 2012 A Texas-based company has purchased the oil and gas rights to 27,000 acres of land in Trumbull County, according to filings. more »»

Experts: Kasich’s price tag wrong

August 3, 2012 COLUMBUS — Ohio Gov. more »»

Thu. 10:57am: Experts say no way Ohio oil and gas worth $1T

August 2, 2012 COLUMBUS (AP) — Geology experts tell The Associated Press that Gov. more »»

Experts: Fracking foes mislead

July 23, 2012 PITTSBURGH — In the debate over natural gas drilling, the companies are often the ones accused of twisting the facts. But scientists say opponents sometimes mislead the public, too. more »»

Some facts about fracking

July 22, 2012 The other day a neighbor asked me if I knew anything about the new regulations regarding hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, of the Marcellus and Utica shales. more »»

Selling like hot cakes

July 15, 2012 WARREN — From “landmen” poring over property deeds in the Trumbull County courthouse to educators training workers to weld pipe and run machinery, the growing natural gas shale industry is creating... more »»

Chamber: Shale money is flowing

July 13, 2012 An official with the Regional Chamber says recent news of shale-related investments should give Valley residents confidence in the industry. more »»



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