Student field trip to Carizzo plant.
Ohio State officials, including Interim President Joe Alutto, visit eastern Ohio shale drilling sites to learn about this new Ohio industry.
Ohio State students tour eastern Ohio shale region.
Noble County Rig and Pad
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The EPA has extended the comment period concerning proposed rulemaking for hydraulic fracturing chemicals and mixtures. The deadline is now Sept. 18, 2014, for interested persons to submit comments regarding the subject. These comments will be used as suggestions for gathering information,...
As Ohio's land-grant university, Ohio State’s mission is to serve the people of Ohio by conducting research, teaching, and outreach on problems and issues that affect our state’s citizens. Ohio State owns land and subsurface property rights in an area undergoing...
Boom, then bust. It’s a scenario often played out in local economies heavily reliant on one type of industry, especially in the energy sector. And it’s an underlying concern for Ohio communities currently experiencing a boom in shale oil and gas development. But the cycle isn’t...
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Ohio State’s Subsurface Energy Resource Center hosted a professional workshop on May 12 in Columbus to advise attendees on the current knowledge concerning NORM (naturally occurring radioactive materials) and TENORM (technologically enhanced, naturally occurring radiative materials), as it...