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  • Transportation Insider: COTA’snatural-gas buses arriving soon

    March 30, 2013

    Columbus Dispatch. The Central Ohio Transit Authority’s new buses that run on compressed natural gas will have a few thousand miles on them when they arrive in Columbus. The last of 30 CNG buses the agency bought from a California company are rolling off the production line and soon will be on [...]

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  • Hundreds of Miles of Ohio Wells Drilled in 2012

    March 29, 2013

    Business Journal. A report issued by the Ohio Oil and Gas Association shows that nearly 670 miles of wells were drilled across Ohio last year, and its likely that number will be even higher in 2013 as the Utica shale is further developed. "I think the activity is going to slowly and steadily inc [...]

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  • Momentum is building in Utica region

    March 28, 2013

    Crain's Cleveland Business. Houston-based M3 Midstream is in the midst of spending $1 billion across eastern Ohio in a rush to bring pipelines and equipment online to process natural gas from the Utica shale region, which the company known as Momentum expects to be the star of the nation's shale g [...]

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  • A Snapshot of Ohio Drilling in 2012: Nearly 670 Miles of Wells

    March 27, 2013

    Akron Beacon Journal. There was plenty of natural gas drilling in Ohio in 2012: Nearly 670 miles of vertical and horizontal wells were drilled. Some of the horizontal legs being drilled in Ohio now surpass three miles in length. Chesapeake Energy, the No. 1 player in Ohio's Utica shale, drille [...]

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  • Belmont County Drilling Primed for Big Year

    March 25, 2013

    Martin’s Ferry Times Leader. As the company prepares to drill on acreage in the village of Barnesville, Denver-based Antero Resources plans a big year in 2013 for both Marcellus and Utica shale exploration. The $5,700 per acre and 20 percent of production royalties agreement that many privatem [...]

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  • Chart is Navigating Efficient Path in Trucking

    March 25, 2013

    Crain’s Cleveland Business. Chart Industries Inc., well-known for producing equipment that helps store and process natural gas on its way to end users, also wants to supply more fuelsystems to truck owners and manufacturers. The Garfield Heights-based company is introducing a high-capacity liq [...]

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