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Crain's Ohio Energy and Shale Report Blog Archive: 2012-2014

Date Title Author
December 19, 2014 What we still don't know about shale development in Ohio Andrew Thomas
December 12, 2014 The fight over a proposed pipeline route in Medina will be a test of the system Heidi Gorovitz Robertson
December 5, 2014 Lame duck session is … well …lame Jim Samuel
November 21, 2014 U.S.-China deal on carbon will need work if it's to be more than symbolic William Bowen
November 7, 2014 Saudi oil production increase won't affect Utica development Andrew Thomas
October 31, 2014 The more we save, the more we use -- so why don't utilities embrace efficiency measures? David Fornari
October 17, 2014 FirstEnergy should embrace the future before asking for subsidies of its past investments William Bowen
October 10, 2014 Community Bill of Rights attempts to use rights-based charter amendments to ban drilling Heidi Gorovitz Robertson
October 3, 2014 A better plan to save incumbent utility generation in Ohio Andrew Thomas
September 19, 2014 Consider the middle road in the course of addressing climate change William Bowen
September 5, 2014 Everyone should have an energy management strategy David Fornari
August 29, 2014 We need not only more energy, but more informed policy making with regard to how we get it William Bowen
August 22, 2014 The road to state control over drilling is paved with legislation Heidi Gorovitz Robertson
August 8, 2014 The oil and gas industry's practices might be a hurdle in getttng an ethane cracker for the Utica shale Andrew Thomas
August 1, 2014 More people will need more energy - but how much? And where it will come from? William Bowen
July 18, 2014 To process or reject - The Ethane Question Andrew Thomas
July 11, 2014 Why are we so negative about renewable energy? David Fornari
June 27, 2014 New federal regulations on carbon emissions make Ohio's energy debate more important than ever Bill Bowen
June 20, 2014 Mandatory pooling and unitization protect landowner rights too Heidi Gorovitz Robertson
June 13, 2014 A wild ride for energy policy issues at the Ohio Statehouse Jim Samuel
June 6, 2014 Ohio is again going to be a battleground state Andrew Thomas
May 23, 2014 Ohio's Senate Bill 310 is the wrong direction for Ohio Andrew Thomas
May 9, 2014 Evidence shows severance taxes don't deter drilling Bill Bowen
April 25, 2014 Conserving water enhances energy efficiency David Fornari
April 18, 2014 What the Ohio service industry needs to know about the Utica shale boom Andrew Thomas
April 11, 2014 As Ohio prepares to dump its efficiency standards, what's next? Bill Bowen
April 4, 2014 Awaiting the court's word on validity of local zoning control of well locations Heidi Gorovitz Robertson
March 28, 2014 The state of the state's severance tax debate Jim Samuel
March 21, 2014 A roadmap to more Ohio-based shale operators Andrew Thomas
March 14, 2014 Death of utilities is exagerated, so far Bill Bowen
March 4, 2014 Natural gas is a great fuel, especially if you use it yourself David Fornari
February 21, 2014 Mineral rights leases 'held by production' will be a bone of contention Andrew Thomas
February 14, 2014 Climate change is a fact of life we're going to have to contend with Bill Bowen
February 4, 2014 We are still learning about the shale gas business from Pennsylvania Heidi Gorovitz Robertson
January 17, 2014 Welcome to the wacky world of unitization Andrew Thomas
January 10, 2014 Ohio's energy laws might look different if the EPA's carbon-regulating authority is upheld Bill Bowen
December 13, 2013 Quit trying to kill Ohio's energy-efficiency mandate Andrew Thomas
December 6, 2013 Renewable energy might save thousands of lives in Ohio Bill Bowen
November 15, 2013 Support for fracking seems to be fueled by gas Heidi Gorovitz Robertson
November 8, 2013 Dis-aggravation: Understanding the language of electricity markets  Andrew Thomas
November 1, 2013 Let's be conservative about efficiency standards Bill Bowen
October 25, 2013 All of the above or none of the above: Who gets to decide our energy future? Jim Samuel
October 11, 2013 Ukraine could be the test case that upsets Russia's gas monopoly Iryna Lendel
October 4, 2013 Musings from Kuwait -- All the world is wondering about shale gas Andrew Thomas
September 27, 2013 Waste not, want not -- but we waste more and should want a better electrical system Bill Bowen
September 13, 2013 Ohio, U.S. are not alone in seeing public divided over shale development Heidi Gorovitz Robertson
September 6, 2013 Schadenfreude revisited Andrew Thomas
August 30, 2013 Might Mexico's new approach to oil and gas shake things up in Ohio? Jim Samuel
August 23, 2013 After the blackout: better but still room for improvement Bill Bowen
August 9, 2013 Let's not go BANANAs over shale gas drilling Andrew Thomas
August 02, 2013 What happened to the shale boom? Jim Samuel
July 26, 2013 Nurturing the economy and environment at the same time is a tough balancing act Bill Bowen
July 19, 2013 ODNR revises the rules for unitization Heidi Gorovitz Robertson
July 12, 2013 Checks and balances for shale development are local Andrew Thomas
June 21, 2013 Latest capacity auction spurs abundance of questions Bill Bowen
June 14, 2013 The landmen cometh, but do you really know who they are? Heidi Gorovitz Robertson
June 7, 2013 Don't let those early Utica shale production numbers fool you Jim Samuel
May 31, 2013 Why the world is watching Ohio's shale development Andrew Thomas
May 24, 2013 Look for long-term successes from the Utica shale Iryna Lendel
May 10, 2013 Renewables can produce a lot of energy -- but not always when we need it Bill Bowen
May 6, 2013 Ohio's laws allow drillers access to land, even over landowner objections in some cases Heidi Gorovitz Robertson
April 26, 2013 Large industrial electricity users should support the energy-efficiency mandate Andrew Thomas
April 19, 2013 Energy efficiency and more production used to go hand in hand in Ohio -- perhaps they still will Bill Bowen
April 5, 2013 Colombia is learning the ropes of good government, civil order and, now, shale gas and oil development Iryna Lendel
March 22, 2013 Sure, let’s re-evaluate Ohio’s energy law – as long as we do it right Bill Bowen
February 22, 2013 Regulators and the utilities under their purview bear watching Bill Bowen
February 1, 2013 And we're off Jim Samuel
January 18,2013. I understand FirstEnergy's motives -- I just hope it fails Bill Bowen
January 11, 2013 Amid varied markets, international energy policies set the stage for some global shakeups Iryna Lendel
Decemeber 18, 2012 The Road out of the Rust Belt Andrew Thomas
November 27, 2012 Electric rate structure presents hurdles to distributed generation projects in Ohio Bill Bowen
November 6, 2012 Will the election impact shale gas drilling? Jim Samuel
October 30, 2012 It takes more than great technology to power energy innovation Bill Bowen
October 9, 2012 The Utica shale is more than a shale play Jim Samuel
October 2, 2012 Windmill at Progressive Field is much more than window dressing Bill Bowen
September 4, 2012 Energy efficiency is not necessarily everything it's chalked up to be Bill Bowen
August 21, 2012 Shale and taxes are a volatile mix in Columbus Jim Samuel
August 7, 2012 Solar energy market needs certainty, policy enforcement to support investment Bill Bowen
July 31, 2012 Balancing sustainability and economic development Andrew Thomas
July 24, 2012 Drill locally, but plan for global shale presence Iryna Lendel
July 17, 2012 Power still resides with the individual; it's the wires that are the problem Jim Samuel
July 10, 2012 Benefit-cost analysis of offshore wind a good idea Bill Bowen
July 3, 2012 Time for an energy plan for Northeast Ohio Andrew Thomas
June 26, 2012 Shale development in Europe is on an edge between illusion and reality Iryna Lendel
June 12,2012 Over the long term, renewable energy portfolio standards lead to growth in green businesses Bill Bowen
June 5, 2012 Shale rocks the world Iryna Lendel
May 22, 2012 Compromise, the word of the week in the Statehouse Jim Samuel
May 15, 2012 Cogeneration should be a slam dunk as part of a smart energy policy Bill Bowen
April 17, 2012 Along for the ride Bill Bowen