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Utica and Marcellus activity in Ohio

Activity in the Utica and Marcellus Shale formations in Ohio have seen some changes compared to the last well activity update, and one energy company is boosting its game when it comes to electric cars. American Electric Power Company Inc. (AEP) is beginning to pay closer attention to the number of customers it serves that have electric cars and the ...

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Utica and Marcellus well activity in Ohio

Activity in the Utica and Marcellus shale formations in Ohio have both seen very little change, if any, change when compared to last week’s well activity update.  However, one well in Ohio isn’t exactly producing like it was hoped to. The idea of waterless fracking excited the entire oil and gas industry, but now it may not be the light ...

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Utica and Marcellus well activity in Ohio

Activity in the Utica Shale formation and Marcellus Shale formation in Ohio have both seen little change when compared to the last activity report.  Yet for one company, selling its Ohio acreage is top priority. Magnum Hunter Resources Corp., one of the more vocal advocates for the Utica Shale formation, shared that it is selling $450 million worth of its ...

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Utica and Marcellus well activity in Ohio

Activity in the Utica Shale formation and Marcellus Shale formation in Ohio have both seen little change when compared to last week’s well update.  However, Ohio does have an exciting event taking place this week. Starting today and ending tomorrow, the 4th Annual Ohio Valley Regional Oil & Gas Expo will be taking place.  The expo is located in St. ...

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Utica and Marcellus well activity in Ohio

Numbers in the Utica Shale have adjusted a little bit since last week’s report, unfortunately not so much in the Marcellus shale in Ohio.  However, Ohio has gotten a lot of attention lately when it comes to ethane cracker projects.  One company in particular is coming across seas in hopes of building a plant. PTT Public Company Ltd., a state-owned ...

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Utica and Marcellus well activity in Ohio

While activity in the Utica and Marcellus shale formations in Ohio is nearly the same as it was in last week’s well update report, one Ohio company has come to an agreement to end a lawsuit. American Energy-Utica, a subsidiary of American Energy LP, has made a deal with Chesapeake Energy Corp. and the Energy & Minerals Group to pay ...

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Utica and Marcellus well activity in Ohio

While numbers in the Ohio Utica Shale and Marcellus Shale are about the same as last week’s well activity report, one company is selling all of its operations in the region. EV Energy Partners announced on Monday that it is selling its 21 percent interest in a dominant natural gas and liquids processing operation that is located in eastern Ohio.  ...

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Utica well activity in Ohio

Activity in Ohio’s Utica Shale region hasn’t changed much besides a slight increase in the number of wells drilled and in production.  However, changes for a major company in the Marcellus and Utica Shale formations has once again cut costs. Chesapeake Energy Corp. has cut its budget once again, this time by $500 million, shrinking it from $4.5 billion to ...

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Utica well activity in Ohio

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Activity in the Utica has gone up a tiny bit when compared to our last Utica well report published on March 19th.  During the week ending on the 21st, a total of ten horizontal permits were issued and 26 rigs were up and running in the shale formation. While production numbers have fluctuated up and down the past few weeks, ...

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Utica well activity in Ohio

The rig count in the Utica Shale has begun to drop, but some still see hope in the region, if you are strong enough of course. Chesapeake Energy Corp.’s Executive Vice President of Operations Chris Doyle believes that now is the time when people will begin to see a separation of companies, the weak and the strong.  Doyle explained how ...

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