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Why This Is the Next Giant Shale Play

By Matt Badiali, editor, S&A Resource Report It’s about to become the next giant shale play… Previously, I explained how a virtually unknown company was about to shock the energy world. As I said, this company is about to reveal secret geological data that will kick off a “land rush” in West Texas this summer. And

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Ohio expects 19,000 Utica wells in next 19 years, report says

By Bob Downing Ohio is projecting that more than 19,000 new Utica shale wells for natural gas and liquids will be drilled in eastern Ohio in the next 19 years. That’s how many wells would fit on the 3 million acres in eastern Ohio without any Utica shale wells at the moment, said Ohio state

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Woman chases oil boom, hits it big

Oil booms have always been transitory affairs. In 1859, thousands followed “Colonel” Edwin Drake into the Pennsylvania forest after America’s first major oil well was discovered near Titusville. In 1901, people flooded Beaumont, Texas, when Spindletop gushed. In 2010, Amy Savage migrated from her native Michigan to western Pennsylvania, chasing the Marcellus Shale boom. The

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Hotels, campgrounds feel the shale boom

By STEVE RAPPACH LISBON – Check with any hotel, motel or campground throughout the area, and the one thing found in common is the presence of the shale industry. With employment growth among the Marcellus and Utica shales, workers have counted on hotels to unwind after a hard day at work, and the hotels have

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A Boom In Oil Is A Boon For U.S. Shipbuilding Industry

Scott Clapham peers down into a cavernous dry dock at the Aker Philadelphia Shipyard. He points to massive pieces of steel, some covered with a light dusting of snow. When assembled, they will form a 115,000-ton oil tanker. It’s one of two oil tankers being constructed for SeaRiver Maritime, a subsidiary of Exxon Mobil, costing

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