The eastern part of our state is seeing an increase in oil and gas drilling as part of the Utica Shale Play.
Official said it's hard to tell when we'll see drilling and only the geologists know for sure what lies under the surface. Tuesday, the Port Authority Executive Director Mike Jacoby said that to market our area we have to talk about what we have to offer.
"We are having to talk about some of the things that we have that these more rural counties don't have," said...
The Zanesville-Muskingum County Chamber of Commerce is hosting a series of seminars exploring business assistance and development opportunities related to shale oil and gas.
Monday's event at the John McIntire Library focused on job creation and government regulation as they pertain to energy. Member Services Director Dana Matz said this is the third meeting in the series, and it's becoming increasingly important for businesses to devise a plan.
The State Senate hears Tuesday from opponents of the proposed exotic animal law.
Testimony began at the State House in Columbus. State Senator Troy Balderson said he and other lawmakers will listen carefully to those who don't agree with the bill and take their views into account before passing it onto the House in the next couple of weeks.
"My whole timing for this is to find balance and to protect humans, citizens of Ohio, the animals and protect the businesses that are...
Landowners are learning more about their options when it comes to shale drilling.
On Friday a panel of experts took questions from a packed audience at the John McIntire Library Auditorium in Zanesville. Executive Director of the Ohio Oil and Gas Energy Education Program Rhonda Reda said the purpose of the meeting was to explain the process of setting up a lease agreement.
"What we tell any landowner is before you lease your property, you should always seek out a...
Panelists were on hand for the E3D summit and shared a message of education and cooperation in support of shale drilling.
Zane State President Dr. Paul Brown opened today's summit at the Campus Center.
Executive Director of the Ohio Oil and Gas Energy Education Program, Rhonda Reda was one of the guest speakers at the summit, and said working with schools like Zane State is important to ensure highly trained people to fill jobs created by shale drilling.
The Zanesville-Muskingum County Chamber of Commerce is putting on a series of seminars exploring business opportunities related to shale oil and gas.
Downtown Association Manager Dana Matz said a panel of experts will answer questions regarding workforce training, economic development, oil and gas production, landowner issues and industry regulations.
"It's one of the services that we offer to our chamber members, and we're very proud to have one of the largest chambers in...