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  • Do Your Homework Before You Dig

    April 21, 2013

    Warren Tribune Chronicle. DEAR EDITOR: As the weather warms and spring finally seems to be coming to Ohio, many of us are dusting off our shovels and tools and starting to plan our landscaping to-do lists. During this time each year, we choose to engage in popular projects such as planting a tr [...]

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  • Drillers, Frackers Fill Up Commerce Park

    April 21, 2013

    Wheeling Intelligencer. As sand and cement trucks surround the new Stingray Pressure Pumping office at Fox Commerce Park, Sue Douglass knows Belmont County needs more land for development. The 125-acre industrial park west of St. Clairsville is now full, thanks in part to the burgeoning oil and [...]

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  • Smaller Proposals Tossed into State Bill

    April 21, 2013

    Columbus Dispatch. The two-year state budget cuts income taxes, funds schools and spends $61.5 billion, but the Senate also will spend a lot of time poring over hundreds of smaller policy proposals shoved into the 4,509-page bill, such as changes to when a towing company can take possession of a ve [...]

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  • Uhrichsville Area Natural Gas Facility in the Works

    April 19, 2013

    New Philadelphia Times Reporter. Houston-based Kinder Morgan Inc. is now involved in a proposal to build a natural gas processing facility south of Uhrichsville in Rush Township. The plant was originally slated to be constructed by El Paso Corp. of Houston, but that company has been absorbed by [...]

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  • Lauber: Oil and Gas Boom Just Beginning

    April 19, 2013

    New Philadelphia Times Recorder. Though the full impact of the oil and gas boom on Tuscarawas County has yet to be felt, business owners should be ready for the opportunities it will bring. That was the message Mike Lauber, co-chair of the Tuscarawas Oil and Gas Alliance (TOGA), presented to mem [...]

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  • Drilling Boom Seen as Potential Boost for Area Towns

    April 19, 2013

    Marietta Times. If drilling of the Utica Shale natural gas deposit makes its way into Washington County, towns like Belpre could see benefits to businesses as workers will need places to live and eat, said an official from the Southeastern Ohio Oil and Gas Association. SOOGA President Jim Javins [...]

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