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  • Utica Shale Well Activity as of Oct. 28

    November 1, 2017

    New Philadelphia Times Reporter.  UTICA SHALE WELL ACTIVITY AS OF OCT. 28 DRILLED: 255 (254 as of last week) DRILLING: 185 (180) PERMITTED: 505 (507) PRODUCING: 1,717 (1,716) TOTAL: 2,662 (2,657) Six horizontal permits were issued during the week that ended Oct. 28, and 23 rigs [...]

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  • Frontier Continues Redeveloping Sites

    November 1, 2017

    Martins Ferry Times Leader. Citing proximity to the potential PTT Global Chemical ethane cracker and the Mountaineer NGL Storage project, Bryce Custer said as many as 54 barges filled with pellets or other products could one day line the Ohio River next to the former Kammer Plant in Marshall County [...]

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  • Agency Briefs

    October 27, 2017

    Gongwer News Service Ohio. Natural Resources: The Division of Oil and Gas Resources Management reported a total of 2,657 permits have been issued for drilling in the Utica shale as of Oct. 21, with 2,150 wells drilled and 1,716 in production. The department also presented its Cardinal Award to D [...]

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  • Company to Spend $150M on Ethane Storage Facility

    October 27, 2017

    Martins Ferry Times Leader. Mountaineer NGL Storage officials announced Thursday plans to spend $150 million — and potentially as much as $500 million — on its proposed natural gas liquids storage facility along the Ohio River near Clarington. By 2019, company Managing Director David Hooker [...]

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  • Marathon Posts $903 Million Profit

    October 26, 2017

    New Philadelphia Times Reporter.  Marathon Petroleum Corporation gathered and processed a record amount of natural gas during the third quarter. The Findlay-based company’s midstream operations brought in $355 million during the third quarter, Marathon officials said Thursday during a confere [...]

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  • Support for New Power Plant Evident at Ohio EPA Hearing

    October 26, 2017

    Martins Ferry Times Leader. Since the closing of Ormet Aluminum Corp., Monroe County has been struggling with one of the highest unemployment rates in the state, but the natural gas industry has given the county hope for real economic development. The latest reason for hope is a new proposed nat [...]

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