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Halcon: Well in Lordstown is very productive

August 2, 2013 LORDSTOWN — “One of the most productive wells in the Utica Shale Play” is how the head of a Houston-based energy company on Thursday described a Lordstown exploratory well. more »»

Sales keep Lordstown plant open

August 2, 2013 Following another month with huge sales increases for the Lordstown-built Chevy Cruze, General Motors on Thursday canceled plans to idle production for a week this month. more »»

Group urges rejection of anti-drilling petitions

July 31, 2013 YOUNGSTOWN — Business, labor and community leaders in support of the oil and natural gas drilling industry on Tuesday urged residents not to refuse to sign petitions that would place an anti-oil and... more »»

Face off on fracking

July 30, 2013 WARREN — More than 250 visitors from around the state attended an anti-hydraulic fracturing rally behind the city’s historic courthouse, talking about possibly dangerous water being pumped into... more »»

Sun. 5:04pm: Fracking films reflect twists in drilling debate

July 21, 2013 PITTSBURGH (AP) — The boom in natural gas drilling has cast two opposing documentary filmmakers in unlikely roles. more »»

Fri. 10:38am: Study finds fracking chemicals didn't taint water

July 19, 2013 PITTSBURGH (AP) — A landmark federal study on hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, shows no evidence that chemicals from the natural gas drilling process moved up to contaminate drinking water aquifer... more »»

Gas well noise irks residents

June 27, 2013 WARREN — Residents of Westwood Lake mobile home park on Wednesday took their displeasure and frustration over a new Utica Shale horizontal gas well near their homes to Trumbull County commissioners,... more »»

Partners unveil new facility (video)

June 27, 2013 YOUNGSTOWN — When local machine fabricator Brilex Industries purchased a vacant industrial building with plans to expand its business, it may not have realized the site was already being considered... more »»

Tue. 12:21pm: Studies find methane in Pa. drinking water

June 24, 2013 PITTSBURGH (AP) — New research demonstrates that it's hard to nail down how often natural gas drilling is contaminating drinking water. more »»

Flame atop Utica well

June 19, 2013 LORDSTOWN — Residents living near a Utica Shale natural gas well were surprised to wake after midnight Tuesday to a massive flame bursting from the newly drilled and hydraulically fractured well here. more »»

Thu. 12:53pm: Interior allows more comments for drilling rule

June 6, 2013 WASHINGTON (AP) — Companies that drill for oil and natural gas — and their critics — will have 60 more days to comment on a new rule regulating hydraulic fracturing operations on public lands. more »»

Ready to produce

May 30, 2013 The Houston-based company that this year drilled and hydraulically fractured the first Trumbull County horizontal well now says the Hartford well also will be the first in full oil and gas... more »»

Wed. 3:47pm: D&L fights state action

May 22, 2013 COLUMBUS (AP) — A northeast Ohio injection-well operator whose former officer faces federal charges of violating the Clean Water Act is seeking permission to resume operations. more »»

D&L lays groundwork in fight for licenses

May 16, 2013 YOUNGSTOWN — Lawyers for D&L Energy will continue to argue in a public hearing next week that the wrong company was penalized when Ohio’s Division of Oil and Gas Management revoked the Salt Springs... more »»

Thu. 3:21pm: New study: fracking hasn't polluted Arkansas water

May 16, 2013 PITTSBURGH (AP) — A new study has found that natural gas drilling, or fracking, hasn't contaminated drinking water wells in Arkansas. more »»

Wed. 3:10pm: Gas pipeline to skirt New Waterford

May 15, 2013 NEW WATERFORD - Mayor Shane Patrone told council he met with GAI consultants, a company representing oil and gas pipeline interests regarding use of roads through the village. more »»

EPA: Two Pa. natural gas companies settle

April 16, 2013 PITTSBURGH (AP) — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says two natural gas companies have agreed to improve their operations in western Pennsylvania. more »»

Natural gas shipped to market

April 14, 2013 HANOVERTON — Houston-based Spectra’s Ohio Pipeline Energy Network project would take natural gas produced regionally and ship it directly to market, the company announced. more »»

D&L Energy hearing delayed

April 13, 2013 YOUNGSTOWN — A state hearing to determine whether a Youngstown-based oilfield waste company should be permitted to temporarily continue operation was delayed Friday due to a technicality. more »»



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