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  • OOGEEP Mourns Passing of Executive Director John Schlichter

    November 20, 2020

    GRANVILLE, OH – The Ohio Oil and Gas Energy Education Program (OOGEEP) chairman, David Hill, issued the following statement after the sudden passing of OOGEEP’s executive director, John Schlichter. “We are incredibly saddened by the sudden, tragic passing of the Ohio Oil and Gas Energy Educat [...]

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  • Energy Department: Oil, natural gas ‘integral’ to U.S. standard of living

    October 13, 2020

    Ohio Business Daily- A new report from the U.S. Department of Energy highlights the importance of oil and natural gas to the nation’s economy and national security. “Together, oil and natural gas provide more than two-thirds of the energy Americans consume daily, and we will continue to rel [...]

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  • RELEASE: Ohio Natural Gas & Oil Essential to Modern Life, Federal Report Confirms

    October 13, 2020

    For Immediate Release: October 13, 2020 Media Contact: Kennedy Copeland (740) 587-0410 Ohio Natural Gas & Oil Essential to Modern Life, Federal Report Confirms Latest Department of Energy report details the critical importance of Ohio production to America’s economy, environmental ga [...]

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  • Ohio produced natural gas is essential to economic and environmental progress

    September 30, 2020

    CRAIN'S CLEVELAND- In a state as big and diverse as Ohio, it's easy to focus on our differences. As the political season intensifies, advertising will seek to magnify those differences even more.They want us to think: What could a family in Cuyahoga County possibly have in common with a family in Mo [...]

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  • Encino Energy partners with wildlife education center

    September 26, 2020

    Herald-Star — Encino Energy has partnered with the all-volunteer Beaver Creek Wildlife Education Center in Columbiana County to complete a pavilion project and support the center’s geology road show. In Columbiana County, Encino was asked to provide funding from the Encino Community Partnersh [...]

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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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