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‘Miscommunication’ Halts Ohio Forest Lease Sale

Federal and state officials concede there was a “miscommunication” between them over plans by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to put more than 4,000 acres of a state forest in Ohio up for oil and gas leasing, and the sale has been put on hold.

August 1, 2013

Eagle Ford Keeps Giving as Production Climbs

Production of oil, natural gas and condensate continues trending upward in the Eagle Ford Shale, according to Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC) data. During the first four months of this year, daily oil production surpassed that seen in 2012 and daily production of natural gas nearly met the 2012 level.

June 24, 2013

Polls: Shale Support Strong in Ohio, Weaker in New York

Two separate polls conducted by Quinnipiac University show voters in New York and Ohio have very different opinions of shale gas development, with almost two-thirds of Ohioans saying the economic benefits outweigh any environmental concerns, while nearly half of New Yorkers opposed to drilling.

April 22, 2013

Colorado City Bans Fracking, Despite Governor’s Warning

Despite the threat of legal action from Gov. John Hickenlooper, the city council of Fort Collins, CO, has adopted a resolution banning hydraulic fracturing (fracking) within city limits.

March 7, 2013

Shale’s Impact Prompts Effort to Synch NatGas, Electricity Markets

With production out of the nation’s shale plays holding down natural gas prices and electricity generation becoming ever more dependent on inexpensive gas, coordination between the two markets will continue to be a top priority and a series of other issues need to be resolved, according to panelists at the Energy Bar Association (EBA) Mid-Year conference in Washington, DC, Friday.

December 4, 2012

North American Oilfield Services Activity Languishing

The North America oilfield services market “eroded more than we thought” in 3Q2012, and the spending decline may not turn around before next year, according to the research team at Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co. (TPH).

October 8, 2012
E&P ‘Apathy’ Seen Eroding Onshore Activity Levels

E&P ‘Apathy’ Seen Eroding Onshore Activity Levels

The North America oilfield services market “eroded more than we thought” in 3Q2012, but the spending decline could turn in January, said the research team at Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co. (TPH).

October 8, 2012

North American Oilfield Services Activity Languishing

The North America oilfield services market “eroded more than we thought” in 3Q2012, and the spending decline may not turn around before next year, according to the research team at Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co. (TPH).

October 8, 2012

Ohio University Tries Trial Gas-to-Coal Switch

Ohio University (OU) said last week for the next five months the campus heating and power plant plans a switch from coal and will run entirely on natural gas.

April 18, 2012

Gas Bounty, Fracking Backlash Caught Some Off Guard

Skepticism of conventional wisdom is rarely out of place, particularly in the energy patch. But when the oil and gas industry is dealing with consumers, citizens and landowners, sincerity is the order of the day.

April 2, 2012
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