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  • Columbiana Top Oil, Gas Produced in the Valley in 2016

    April 17, 2017

    Youngstown Vindicator. Columbiana County is once again the top oil and gas producing county in the Mahoning Valley. In 2016, wells in the southernmost county of the Valley produced 88,969 barrels of oil and 36 billion cubic feet of natural gas. But in 2015, Columbiana pumped out 214,412 barre [...]

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  • Analysis: U.S. Shale Investment is Back on the Upswing

    April 13, 2017

    Crain’s Cleveland Business. Global upstream oil and gas merger and acquisitions reached $136 billion in 2016, according to Evaluate Energy's global M&A 2016 review. And one area seeing a jump in activity was the U.S. Marcellus shale, where close to eight times more was invested in asset and c [...]

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  • We Can All Keep W.Va. From Becoming a Banana Republic

    April 10, 2017

    The State Journal. A small country that is economically dependent on a single export commodity, such as bananas. That is how Free Dictionary defines banana republic. West Virginia doesn’t have any bananas, but we come close to that definition. For decades we exported coal and timber, but we als [...]

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  • Firefighters trained to handle emergencies

    April 10, 2017

    The Daily Jeffersonian. As the lead firefighter instructors of Ohio's designated oil and gas emergency response training program, we were concerned with published comments from a statehouse press conference incorrectly alleging state law denies emergency responders important oil and gas chemical dis [...]

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  • Oil, Gas Museum to Open Near Wooster

    April 9, 2017

    Cambridge Daily Jeffersonian. The Ken Miller Supply Oil, Gas, Car, Truck and Agriculture Museum, located at 7920 Shreve Road just north of Shreve and south of Wooster on SR 226 will open this weekend, Saturday, April 8. The museum houses a vast collection of early gas pumps, drilling machines, t [...]

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  • Industrial Parks Busy in Belmont County

    April 9, 2017

    Martins Ferry Times Leader. Belmont County’s industrial parks are centers of activity, and the influx of oil and gas interests has meant a rise in occupancy as businesses are drawn to those locations. Port Authority Director Larry Merry pointed out many areas and many of the communities in Bel [...]

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