Saturday, September 14, 2013
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — Top executives in the oil and gas industry say while the southern tier of eastern Ohio’s Utica shale appears to be the most lucrative and drawing the most attention from producers, it doesn’t mean the northern portion of the play – Mahoning and Trumbull counties, for example — won’t develop over time.
“We have three wells off two pads in Mahoning County,” said Harry Schurr, general manager of Consol Energy and Hess Corp.’s Utica joint venture. “We are still planning to put those into pipeline and flowing them into market.”
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