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Elections Part 1: Political Shift Seen Unlikely in Appalachia as Midterms Near

Elections Part 1: Political Shift Seen Unlikely in Appalachia as Midterms Near

*Part one of four. From east to west, this series previews the Nov. 6 midterm elections and their implications for the oil and natural gas industry. It offers a glimpse of candidates running for state and federal offices, the prominent energy-related issues factoring into campaigns, ballot initiatives and the fight for control of the U.S. House and Senate, which could have implications for key energy committees. Part 2 reviews western U.S. energy issues and races;Part 3 highlights key issues in Senate races; andPart 4 focuseson implications of a possible Democratic takeover of the House.

October 24, 2018
TEAL, Nexus Ready to Add More Appalachia Natural Gas Takeaway, Filings Show

TEAL, Nexus Ready to Add More Appalachia Natural Gas Takeaway, Filings Show

Nexus Gas Transmission LLC and the interconnected Texas Eastern Appalachian Lease (TEAL) Project are ready to ramp up east-to-west capacity out of the nation’s key natural gas basin, according to recent FERC filings.

October 24, 2018
Ohio Reports Sharp Uptick in Unconventional Oil Production

Ohio Reports Sharp Uptick in Unconventional Oil Production

Ohio’s unconventional oil production bounced back in the second quarter, reaching 4.5 million bbl, an 11% increase from the year-ago period, according to data released by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR).

August 29, 2018
Utica Shale Natural Gas Production Hit New Record in First Quarter

Utica Shale Natural Gas Production Hit New Record in First Quarter

Ohio’s unconventional natural gas production continued its upward climb in the first quarter, jumping more than 40% year/year (y/y) and setting a new state record at 531.3 Bcf.

July 11, 2018

Rising Costs, Operational Issues Show Need for Appalachian NGL Storage

As Appalachian natural gas production started to boom about a decade ago, first came the pipelines and then the processing facilities. Now it’s time for underground natural gas liquids (NGL) storage, said speakers at an industry conference near Pittsburgh last week.

June 13, 2018

Ohio Oil/Gas Well Plugging, Industry Sales Tax Bills Pass Legislature

Two bills that were a high priority for Ohio’s oil and gas industry have passed the legislature and are headed to Gov. John Kasich for his signature.

June 8, 2018
Appalachian Midstream Build-Out Expands as Producers Fill More NGL Barrels

Appalachian Midstream Build-Out Expands as Producers Fill More NGL Barrels

Stronger oil prices are again incentivizing natural gas liquids (NGL) development in Appalachia, and the midstream sector is keeping pace with a slew of gathering and processing projects in the works, as rigs shift back toward wetter portions of the Marcellus and Utica shales.

June 1, 2018

People — Ohio Primary

Democrat Richard Cordray and Republican Mike DeWine will faceoff to be Ohio’s next governor in the November general election after they won their respective party primaries by wide margins. DeWine, who is the state’s attorney general, ousted Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor with roughly 60% of the vote. Cordray, who once served as director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau under President Obama, beat runner-up Dennis Kucinich with about 62% of the vote. DeWine, a moderate Republican, has heaped praise on the oil and gas industry and the role Utica Shale development has played in the economy. Cordray has said little about energy issues, but scoffed at Kucinich’s call to ban all oil and gas drilling in the state.

May 9, 2018

Eclipse to Cut Spending As Natural Gas Price Outlook Dims

The grim outlook for natural gas prices, along with management’s desire to protect the balance sheet, has prompted Eclipse Resources Corp. to cut its full year capital expenditures forecast by 20%.

May 7, 2018

Ohio Legislation Seeks More Funds for Communities With Injection Wells

Two Democratic lawmakers from Northeast Ohio have introduced a bill that would see the communities they represent and others where injection wells are located receive more of the fees collected to dispose of oil and gas waste.

April 11, 2018
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