Geauga County residents will have another opportunity to become informed about the incipient horizontal drilling of Utica shale.
At the end of 2012, Munson Township Trustee Irene McMullen received approval from the other trustees to organize a panel of people to provide more information.
The forum is set for 7 p.m. Jan. 17 at the Notre Dame Edu ...
By the time the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency finishes its study on the affects of hydraulic fracturing on the nation's water supply, there may be thousands of horizontal wells burrowing through the Utica shale in Ohio.
The EPA started research on its Plan to Study the Potential Impacts of Hydraulic Fracturing on Drinking Water Resources ...
Taxes on the oil and gas that is pumped out of the horizontal Utica shale wells are inevitable but, because of changes proposed by the Ohio legislature, public officials are waiting to see just how the tax scenario will play out.
There is, of course, a process in place to tax the yield on those standard, decades-old vertical gas wells visible in ...
The thumper trucks are at it again.
The lumbering convoy of huge trucks will likely be seen inching their way along Chillicothe Road soon, sending seismic vibrations deep below Geauga County and recording whatever information bounces back to their equipment.
I have had two reports so far (nothing official, though) that miles of fiberoptic cabl ...
Even strong proponents of drilling under Geauga County to hydraulically fracture the Utica shale and withdraw oil, natural gas and natural gas liquids have concerns about disposal of the fracking liquids.
We're talking millions of gallons of water per well, water laced with sand and chemicals to facilitate the flow of the hydrocarbons to the sur ...
James Zehringer appears to have a good idea of what is needed to keep Ohio's natural gas and oil industry moving safely forward.
As the director of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Zehringer testified May 16 in front of the state House Public Utilities Committee about the need for Substitute Senate Bill 315, which was signed into law by ...
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