INSIGHT-Is Ohio's 'secret' energy boom going bust?
Dozens of wells drilled this year across rural Ohio are quietly pumping out the answer to the U.S. energy industry's most loaded question: Is the Utica shale formation, touted as a potentially $500 billion frontier, a boom or a bust? More than a year after Chesapeake Energy Corp Chief Executive and top Ohio driller Aubrey McClendon declared the ... (more)
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#1 Oct 25, 2012
Because you don't know that status of wells hardy is evidence the boom isn't real. The are substancial energy company assets being utilized in the utica, for a reason.
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