Utica Shale production continues to drive significant increases in the property taxes collected by counties in Eastern and Southeastern Ohio, according to updated data released by two industry trade groups on Wednesday.
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A subsidiary of PTT Global Chemical pcl has reached a settlement with three environmental groups to resolve their appeal of the air permit for the company’s proposed multi-billion dollar ethane cracker in southeast Ohio.
The Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Eastern States Office said its latest oil and gas lease sale for properties in Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Ohio brought in nearly $1.4 million.
Unconventional oil and natural gas production in Ohio increased slightly in the second quarter, reflecting operators’ continued response to volatile commodity prices.
Enterprise Products Partners LP said Monday it’s testing support for up to 50,000 b/d of additional capacity on its Appalachia-to-Texas (ATEX) ethane pipeline.
Despite strong opposition from the natural gas industry, environmental groups and others, the Republican-controlled Ohio legislature on Tuesday passed a bill to subsidize two nuclear power plants operated by bankrupt subsidiaries of FirstEnergy Corp.
The Ohio Senate has passed a bill to prop up two nuclear power plants in the state operated by bankrupt subsidiaries of FirstEnergy Corp.
The chief of Ohio’s largest natural gas producer sees plenty of running room in the Utica Shale, a play he said is not yet fully delineated or being developed to its maximum potential.
This summer, researchers from Yale University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) are testing household drinking water samples and interviewing around 200 Ohio households to study the effects of oil and natural gas activities in the Appalachian Basin.
Oil and natural gas midstream giant Williams can “hit the ground running” expanding its capital spending in the Northeast after completing a $3.8 billion joint venture (JV) with Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB).