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5.6 magnitude quake in Oklahoma in 2011 was caused when oil drilling waste was injected deep underground
Judge has ruled against environmentalists who sought to make public lists of ingredients that go into hydraulic fracturing fluids
Third upstate New York town has won a court challenge to its ban on natural gas drilling.
Fellow Republican Treasurer Josh Mandel has come out against Gov. John Kasich's proposed tax increase on drillers
Brunswick business owner says passing the anti-fracking ordinance could be a job-killing measure
Two accused of illegally discharging brine, oil-based drilling mud into stormwater drain that led to Mahoning River
One person died in a drilling accident in Carrollton Monday afternoon, according to reports.
Two Ohio state senators introducing legislation to impose tougher penalties for illegal dumping of waste from oil/gas drilling
Ohio workers say energy companies promised jobs as they moved into Carroll County and other parts of Eastern Ohio to develop the Utica Shale's oil and natural gas reserves.
Man accused of dumping at least 20,000 gallons of gas-drilling waste into the Mahoning River tributary near Youngstown
Radioactive waste from oil and natural gas drilling would face new testing, reporting and tracking requirements before going to Ohio landfills under a proposal
Two environmental groups are suing an upstate New York town for banning discussion of natural gas drilling and fracking at town board meetings
Richard Payne still remembers what it felt like when a gas explosion lifted his house off its foundation five years.
The implication of drilling and fracking in Ohio hit home in Mansfield for Law Director John Spon.
Ohio has become the epicenter of an oil and gas boom because of what lies thousands of feet below the surface -- shale
"FrackNation" is a new documentary that attacks opponents of fracking for oil and gas, but it also raises a bigger question
Yoko Ono, Sean Lennon and Susan Sarandon are touring gas drilling sites in northeastern Pennsylvania
Portage County family worries about methane exposure.
The Kline family can light their well water on fire.
Some residents thought it was a mini-earthquake shaking their Geauga County homes Sunday morning
A homeowner says cracking walls and crumbling mortar are being caused by a nearby well
A huge fracking expo is being held at the I-X Center in Cleveland.
Consol Energy and EQT Production Company submitted bids to drill for natural gas and oil at Pittsburgh International Airport
Ohio has begun issuing its first permits for deep injection of chemically-laced wastewater from oil and gas drilling since a New Year's Eve quake in Youngstown
Throughout Ohio, oil and gas wells dot the landscape, from large rigs along country roads to those tucked away in suburban backyards.
"What we're trying to do is protect future generations," says Mansfield Law Director John Spon.
To understand what's at stake in Ohio when it comes to oil and gas exploration, you have to understand why Ohio is so attractive to energy companies.
The garden on Richard Faber's farm produces all sorts of fruits and vegetables, from tomatoes to watermelons.
Michelle Aini no longer allows her six-year-old son to play in the backyard of their Broadview Heights home because of what sits just 600 feet away from them -- an oil and gas well.
Ohio sits atop the Utica Shale formation, which is rich in oil and natural gas.
Government geologists say the Utica Shale formation holds about 38 trillion feet of recoverable natural gas.
More than 100 protests against the natural gas drilling process known as fracking are planned across the globe on Saturday
A major pipeline has been proposed that would link Ohio's emerging shale gas fields to energy companies and customers in the Midwest and beyond.
Natural gas drilling company Chesapeake Energy last week filed an important Marcellus Shale production report containing so many errors a state database rejected it
A northeast Ohio city is planning to hire a consultant to look into leasing city-owned property for gas and oil drilling.
Experts say John Kasich's claim that a single energy company could recover $1 trillion of oil and gas from Ohio shale is an overestimate.
Maryland man faces two misdemeanor charges after chaining himself to a gate at a Trumbull County deep-injection well
Lawmakers have approved legislation that bans hydraulic fracturing byproducts created in other states from entering New Jersey.
Topics are Ohio's campaign role, gas/oil taxes and Cleveland levy.
A study by the National Research Council concluded that injection of wastewater from hydraulic fracturing can induce earthquakes
Governor John Kasich has signed a sweeping energy plan for Ohio.
Officials overseeing reservoirs in Ohio's largest contained watershed have decided to halt water sales to oil and gas drillers in response to environmental concerns as they await a water-availability study.