Jamison Cocklin joined the staff of NGI in November 2013 to cover the Appalachian Basin. He was appointed Senior Editor-LNG in October 2019 to oversee NGI's LNG Insight. Prior to joining NGI, he worked as a business and energy reporter at the Youngstown Vindicator, covering the regional economy and the Utica Shale play. He also served as a city reporter at the Bangor Daily News and did freelance work for the Associated Press. He has a bachelor's degree in journalism and political science from the University of Maine.
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Articles from Jamison Cocklin
It’s no secret that exploration and production efforts in Ohio’s Utica Shale have been slowly gaining momentum in the last three years, but if you ask two of the state’s leading regulators, development is about to significantly escalate and they have their work cut out for them.
Seven Pennsylvania Townships and a public advocacy group have filed an answer to the state’s request asking the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to reconsider its decision ruling that parts of Act 13 are unconstitutional.
A group of 35 public advocacy and environmental organizations in Pennsylvania are calling on state senators there to either table or vote no on a bill that would limit the liability of oil and gas drillers that use polluted water from mines across the state to frack their wells.
Rex Energy Corp. on Wednesday announced lower than expected capital expenditures for this year, while projecting a significant increase in production volumes from its assets in the Appalachian Basin as it gets a better grip on drilling and completion techniques in multiple formations.
The zoning board of South Fayette, PA, has agreed with Range Resources Corp. to indefinitely postpone a hearing for the company’s challenge to a 2010 ordinance that essentially restricts drilling in the small township.
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) continues to move forward slowly with a set of proposed regulatory updates for the state’s oil and gas drillers with a series of public hearings scheduled throughout this month.
The Independent Petroleum Association of Americahas elected David R. Hill to serve as the organization’s next regional director in Ohio. Hill serves as vice president of the Ohio Oil and Gas Association and owns the oilfield services company David R. Hill Inc., which is located in the state. Hill will replace Jerry James, president of Ohio-based Artex Oil Co.
The debate over air and water quality near horizontal drilling sites in West Virginia has given way in recent weeks to one surrounding the delivery and disposal of solid waste, such as drill cuttings, in landfills across the state.