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  • Marietta council passes three items

    September 16, 2020

    The Marietta Times - Fourteen individuals filled the public gallery at Marietta City Council’s regular business meeting Thursday but only three pieces of legislation were passed in front of the crowd. Resolution 41, on its final reading, was unanimously adopted following the crowd’s applause [...]

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  • ‘Oh Wow!’ It’s Silly Science Sunday at Home

    September 14, 2020

    The Business Journal - Also participating in Silly Science Sunday for the first time is the Ohio Oil and Gas Energy Education Program. The program donated more than 4,000 activities to be inserted into the STEAM Saks, said Kennedy Copeland, external affairs representative. “The oil and gas ind [...]

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  • New OOGEEP director shares program updates

    September 8, 2020

    The Daily Jeff - John Schlichter, new executive director of the OOGEEP (Ohio Oil and Gas Energy Education Program), recently shared his background and OOGEEP updates during a Coffee and Commerce Zoom meeting hosted by the Cambridge Area Chamber of Commerce. Schlichter first shared that his office [...]

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  • 10th Silly Science Sunday becomes a home edition

    September 8, 2020

    Mahoning Matters - One of the sponsors in Ohio Oil and Gas Energy Education Program (OOGEEP). “Against the backdrop of closed events across the state, OHWOW! has done a fantastic job ensuring that our children have access to STEAM education at home," said Kennedy Copeland, OOGEEP spokesperson. " [...]

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  • Ohio gas, oil essential to economy

    September 6, 2020

    Tribune Chronicle - It may seem difficult to look beyond pandemic-related economic challenges to spot the opportunity for growth in the Valley. However, as our communities move forward toward recovery, and begin to move past a year of immense, unpredictable challenges, there is something that brings [...]

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  • Roy: Ohio farmers need natural gas now and in the future

    September 3, 2020

    Toledo Blade - The staggering impact of the coronavirus pandemic on Ohio alone can be illustrated through a variety of stats: about 125,000 infected with more than 4,000 people having succumbed to the virus. Jobless claims are staggering, with thousands of Ohioans still waiting on compensation claim [...]

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