Stories tagged with: Drilling

November 12, 2014 - 11:10pm
33 weeks 5 days ago

Noble County Sheriff Stephen Hannum said his deputies were called to the scene of a fatal oil well drilling accident in Marion Township Wednesday evening.

The well site is off Roberta Cleary Road in the northeast corner of Marion Township. Facts are being collected and a full investigation is underway. Area fire departments and Noble County EMA are said to be actively involved.

Sheriff Hannum said he requested the assistance of the State Fire Marshall. The name of the deceased is...

January 22, 2014 - 7:37pm
1 year 23 weeks ago

Attorney's Bill Goldman and Michael Braunstein will be talking with property owners this Saturday, Jan.25 about the 24 inch pipeline that's making its way through the state.

"It's important that property owners understand their rights. Understand what the appropriate compensation should be," Goldman explained. "In these situations they deserve money, fair market value for the land that's part of the easement, and then, money for any damages or decrease in value."...

July 25, 2013 - 4:07pm
1 year 49 weeks ago

Members of the Landowner's Association of Muskingum and Coshocton County along with a few of members of their legal advisory team met with the Muskingum County Commissioner's on Thursday to discuss their goals and give them an update on the future of gas and oil drilling in our area.

"As the Utica play will move west into Muskingum County, we want to make sure that they were aware of the size of our group and what our goals and expectations were," said Gary Wilson, a member...

May 3, 2013 - 5:18pm
2 years 9 weeks ago

The simulated oil and gas field is located right outside the Cambridge campus and is designed to give students a hands on experience of what it's like working in the oil industry, something that field trips can't do.

"We do take a lot of field trips out to actual drill sights and other activity in the oil and gas industry that's going on, but when you go to these sights you really can't do hands-on because of liability and not wanting to get anyone hurt," said Mike Whitson,...

August 17, 2011 - 12:06pm
3 years 46 weeks ago

With the help of both the city and county, Eastpointe is getting a new face lift.

Zanesville Muskingum County Port Authority Executive Director Mike Jacoby says both parties have agreed to set aside some of their JEDD income tax that they share from the business park to get the repairs done. In doing this, they will each set aside 50,000 dollars a year for 8 years. Jacoby adds Muskingum County Engineer Doug Davis made a big impact on helping with the project.


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