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  • Shale Studies Pay Off; Students Enter Lucrative Jobs

    January 22, 2012

    The Intelligencer Shale Studies Pay Off; Students Enter Lucrative Jobs The natural gas drilling boom sweeping the tri-state region is paying dividends for those earning graduate degrees in geology or geophysics from West Virginia University... [...]

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  • Oil and gas workers in area bringing needed revenue

    January 21, 2012

    Marietta Times Oil and gas workers in area bringing needed revenue An influx of pipeline workers for the oil and gas industry is providing a burst of economic activity in the Marietta area and filling local RV parks, including about 25 spaces being rented at the Washington County Fairgrounds... [...]

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  • Let us inject facts into Seismicity

    January 19, 2012

    The Vindicator Let us inject facts into Seismicity For nearly 40 years now, the state of Ohio has relied upon federally regulated underground injection wells as a safe and effective means for disposing of wastewater deep underground... [...]

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  • Ohio Drilling Is Godsend

    January 18, 2012

    The Intelligencer Ohio Drilling Is Godsend By 2015, industry officials believe oil and natural gas producers will spend $34 billion for exploration and development across Ohio... [...]

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  • America’s Job-Rich Energy Future

    January 18, 2012

    Forbes America's Job-Rich Energy Future Americans everywhere have been living through hard times. But the new year brings optimism, particularly when it comes to homegrown U.S. energy. Expanding the supply of affordable oil and gas is the single best bet for economic recovery in 2012 and beyond... [...]

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  • Locals start to see shale benefits

    January 15, 2012

    Zanesville Times Recorder Locals start to see shale benefits As the buzz surrounding the Utica and Marcellus shale formations increases, local landowners are positioning themselves to get the most money for their land. [...]

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