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Utica Oil Production to Inch Forward in May, Gas Output to Decline

Oil pro­duc­tion from the Mar­cel­lus and Uti­ca-Point Pleas­ant shale plays is expect­ed to increase slight­ly in May, while nat­ur­al gas out­put is antic­i­pat­ed to decline, accord­ing to the lat­est report from the U.S. Ener­gy Infor­ma­tion Admin­is­tra­tion. The EIA’s month­ly survey…

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The ‘Green Energy’ That Might Be Ruining the Planet

Here’s a multi­bil­lion-dol­lar ques­tion that could help deter­mine the fate of the glob­al cli­mate: If a tree falls in a forest—and then it’s dri­ven to a mill, where it’s chopped and chipped and com­pressed into wood pel­lets, which are then dri­ven to a port and shipped…

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Girl Power!

Women Are Drilling Their Way Into Ohio’s Male Dom­i­nat­ed Oil And Gas Indus­try Female employ­ees like Ash­ley Raff make up 16% of oil and gas indus­try work­ers accord­ing to a 2018 report. Raff remem­bers when she was the only woman on a drilling rig in 2012. Female…

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Children’s book about oil and gas industry

The oil and gas indus­try  is impor­tant to North Dakota’s econ­o­my, but is still an indus­try many peo­ple don’t total­ly under­stand.  There is a new book writ­ten by a North Dako­ta man that can help teach peo­ple of all ages just how impor­tant ener­gy is to the state. Lucas…

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Will 2021 Mark The Start Of A Major Shale Recovery?

U.S. shale was among the biggest vic­tims of the demand destruc­tion caused by the coro­n­avirus pan­dem­ic. But the sec­tor has already proved resilient once, and now this resilien­cy is com­ing to the fore again. Ear­li­er this month, JP Mor­gan said it expect­ed U.S. shale…

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