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Study: Ohio could add 16,000 jobs, $2.68 billion to the state economy

COLUMBUS An update on lawmaker action and other activities at the Ohio Statehouse related to horizontal hydraulic fracturing: • New Study: A report by ICT International and EnSys Energy and touted by the American Petroleum Institute projected that Ohio could add nearly 16,000 jobs and $2.68 billion to the state economy by 2020 “if restrictions

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Act 13 disbursements paving the way for renovations

By Eric Morris Municipal officials in Fayette and Greene counties plan to use their Marcellus shale impact fee funds on a numerous projects — from road repairs to an emergency center, and from funding police services to offsetting the cost of a new sewage treatment plant. With $3.8 million headed to Fayette’s municipalities and $9.5

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Emergence Of Gas Shales Profoundly Transforming U.S. Industry, Global Markets

WASHINGTON–The North American natural gas industry is in the midst of profound transformation. The successful development of the Barnett Shale has spurred a succession of shale gas plays, beginning with the Woodford and Fayetteville, and then expanding to the Haynesville, Marcellus, Horn River and Eagle Ford–many of which are more prolific than the Barnett and

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Potential oil window is last gasp for Utica Shale

By Burton Speakman YOUNGSTOWN Jim McKinney, senior vice president and general manager from EnerVest, a Houston-based company, said his company believes that with changes in drilling techniques, activity will increase in the oil-rich northern part of the Utica Shale, which includes Trumbull County. “When companies first drilled, they were using the same techniques they were

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PUBLIC NOTICE The Borough of West Leechburg will receive bids- oil and gas lease

PUBLIC NOTICE The Borough of West Leechburg will receive sealed and separate bids from interested individuals, partnerships, entities or corporations for the purpose of entering into an oil and gas lease for certain properties owned by the Borough of West Leechburg and located within the Borough of West Leechburg. There is available from the Borough

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