Archive for November 2nd, 2011

Rex Energy Completes its First Utica Well in Western PA

Rex Energy has just completed drilling and fracking its first horizontal Utica Shale well in western Pennsylvania and plans to bring it online once a gathering pipeline to the well is completed in January.

Chesapeake Energy Seeks OH Refiner for Oil from Utica Shale

A roundtable discussion at Lakeland Community College in Kirtland, OH brings us this update about Utica Shale drilling in Ohio:

NY Hydraulic Fracturing Advisory Panel Member Speaks Out

In July, New York Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Joe Martens announced the formation of a Hydraulic Fracturing Advisory Panel to make recommendations to the DEC on how to oversee, monitor and enforce new shale drilling regulations in the state (see this MDN story). The initial panel of 13 members was heavily […]

Natural Gas Now Least Expensive Way to Generate Electricity

Jack Kelly had an excellent column in Sunday’s Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. It starts out with a brief history of the discovery of oil in the U.S. and moves to shale gas and points out that shale gas is an even bigger game changer than oil was. Did you know that natural gas is now the cheapest […]

Occupy Pittsburgh Protests Marcellus Shale…All 12 of Them

It seems more and more that anti-drillers who need bodies for protests are turning to the Occupy malcontents, who seem to be willing to protest anything, especially things they don’t understand. That is, if you can get them out of bed…

Warren OH Fracking Wastewater Treatment Plant Future in Doubt

The future of wastewater treatment plant in Warren (Trumbull County), Ohio that handles fracking wastewater from Marcellus Shale drilling is now in doubt. The state attorney general has ruled that the permit granted to the Patriot Water Treatment plant in Warren was granted illegally.

Tennessee Gas ‘300 Line’ Pipeline Now Complete & Flowing

Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company finished its "300 Line" project Tuesday and started natural gas flowing through the new pipes. The expanded pipeline is an important part of the delivery infrastructure for moving Marcellus Shale gas to market in the northeastern U.S.

Marcellus & Utica Shale Story Links: Wednesday, Nov 2, 2011

The “best of the rest” – stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading:

 

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