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More Utica Shale Production Forecast in December

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Oil and natural gas production in eastern Ohio’s Utica shale is expected to slightly increase in December, bucking the trend of other major shale plays across the country where production is projected to decline. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s drilling productivity report for November, Utica natural gas production should stand […]

New Wells Permitted for Columbiana, Lawrence

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – State agencies that regulate oil and gas activity in Ohio and Pennsylvania have approved three new permits for horizontal wells in the northern tier of the Utica shale – two in Columbiana County and one in Lawrence County in western Pennsylvania. The Columbiana County wells are slated for the Summitcrest farm in […]

Vallourec Posts 3Q Loss, Expects Flat Market

PARIS – French pipe and tube manufacturer Vallourec posted a 164 million euros — or a $152 million — loss during the quarter ended Sept. 30 because of a continuing slump in the energy market, and the company says it isn’t likely the business will improve in the near-term. “The adverse market environment we have […]

Vallourec Posts 3Q Loss, Expects Flat Market in Near Term

PARIS – French pipe and tube manufacturer Vallourec posted a 164 million euros — or a $152 million — loss during the quarter ended Sept. 30 because of a continuing slump in the energy market, and the company says it isn’t likely the business will improve in the near-term. “The adverse market environment we have […]

Group Says Ethanol Mandates Hurt Environment, Economy

COLUMBUS – A report issued by the Center for Regulatory Solutions, a group backed by the Small Business and Entrepreneurship Council, finds that federal mandates that call for the increased use of corn ethanol in fuel have damaged both Ohio’s environment and economy. According to the report, increasing volumes of corn ethanol in the country’s […]

Group Says Ethanol Mandates Have Hurt Ohio Environment, Economy

COLUMBUS – A report issued by the Center for Regulatory Solutions, a group backed by the Small Business and Entrepreneurship Council, finds that federal mandates that call for the increased use of corn ethanol in fuel have damaged both Ohio’s environment and economy. According to the report, increasing volumes of corn ethanol in the country’s […]

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