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  • Elmwood MS teacher attends natural gas class

    August 30, 2019

    Sentinel-Tribune. Alyssa Reynolds, a teacher at Elmwood Middle School, was among teachers from 43 Ohio counties heading back to their classrooms with an insider’s look into Ohio’s natural gas and oil industry. Equipped with a curriculum, classroom supplies, science labs and experiments and ma [...]

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  • Caithness Energy Closes Financing of $1.6 Billion Electric Generating Facility in Guernsey County, Ohio

    August 29, 2019

    New York, NY:  Caithness Energy announced today that it has successfully closed a $1.6 billion financing for the construction of a fully-permitted 1,875 megawatt combined-cycle natural gas electric generating facility located in Guernsey County, Ohio known as Guernsey Power Station, clearing the wa [...]

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  • OHIO PETROLEUM SECTION SPE and SPE DISTINGUISHED LECTURER SERIES Presents Mary Van Domelen, Van Domelen International “Thriving in a Lower for Longer Environment”

    August 20, 2019

    Abstract: “When the price of oil plunged in 2014, industry analysts predicted that shale plays would be shutdown as they would no longer be economical. In reality, the North America shale industry did not just survive, it thrived. How?  The most successful companies responded by exercising capi [...]

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  • Encino Energy Well Pads Featured at Ohio State Fair

    July 26, 2019

    Louisville, OH – Encino Energy hosted the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) on several well pad tours where the state regulatory agency used cutting-edge technology to film video footage for their virtual reality 360 tour at the Ohio State Fair. The virtual reality well pad tour will giv [...]

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  • Encino Energy Sponsors Community Day and Playground Opening

    July 16, 2019

    Cadiz, OH - Encino Energy hosted “Community Day” at the Sally Buffalo Park, June 12th to kick off the grand opening of the new Encino Energy Playground. The playground is Encino’s first community investment from its Community Partnership Program.   The Encino Energy Playground grand opening [...]

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  • LETTER: In defense of locally produced energy

    June 27, 2019

    In the 1800s, an extremist movement named The Luddites fought against new technologies and opposed the machinery that helped usher in an industrial revolution. Then, the prevalent form of transportation was horse, and people typically had one set of nice clothes, lucky to live past 40. [...]

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