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  • Fracking is Safe, Scientists at Forum Say

    April 26, 2013

    Akron Beacon Journal (Summit). Fracking shale is safe, scientists at an energy forum in Vail, Colo., said. The Greeley Tribune newspaper writes: "Shale gas resources are a blue bridge to our green future, said a Stanford University geophysicist. "Hydraulic fracturing can be done safely, and i [...]

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  • Chesapeake Exec Makes Case for Gas Industry

    April 26, 2013

    Warren Tribune Chronicle. The shale gas industry is good news for the economic revitalization of Columbiana County and for the American economy at large, according to Keith A. Fuller, an executive from Chesapeake Energy, who spoke Thursday afternoon at a luncheon hosted by the Wellsville Area Chamb [...]

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  • Port Authority Joins Shale Marketing Effort to Bring Brokers, Jobs

    April 25, 2013

    Zanesville Times Recorder. Only a handful of Utica Shale drill sites have been identified in Muskingum County, but the Zanesville-Muskingum County Port Authority is hoping to change that and bring more jobs to the area in the process. The PortAuthority is participating in a joint shale marketing [...]

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  • Opportunities ‘Downstream’ For Ohio Gas

    April 25, 2013

    Wheeling Intelligencer. Most people wouldn't classify a Louisiana-based chemical company spurning Belmont County as a potential site for a new plant as good economic news, but Matt Cybulski didn't have to look far to take a positive from that experience last year. Just the fact that the company [...]

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  • Marcellus Shale Region is Most Prolific Gas-Producer in U.S.

    April 25, 2013

    Warren Tribune Chronicle. Because of hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling, the vast Marcellus shale formation is now the most prolific producing region of natural gas in the United States. And West Virginia is positioned right in the middle of the "shale gas revolution," said David McCu [...]

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  • Ohio Looks for Stability in Gas-Related Development

    April 25, 2013

    Steubenville Herald Star. Most people wouldn't classify a Louisiana-based chemical company spurning Belmont County as a potential site for a new plant as good economic news, but Matt Cybulski didn't have to look far to take a positive from that experience last year. Just the fact that the compan [...]

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