Thursday, March 21, 2013
Ohio's Shale Production Region May Extend Westward
Ohio's oil-rich shale deposits may exist further west in Ohio than previously thought, according to information provided by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. In a recent article published by The Associated Press, revised maps from the department indicate that the counties between Mansfield and Lima show promising results. Those counties are Hancock, Hardin, Seneca and Wyandot. The ODNR also reported that as of March 2, production companies had taken out nearly 300 well permits. Click to read more.
Posted by Appalachian Shale Gas Blog at 1:07 PM