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A comprehensive look at the opportunities for Shale development in Ohio

USA - November 18 2015 In September, researchers at the Center for Economic Development’s Energy Policy Center at Cleveland State University’s Maxine Goodman Levin College…

High Court solves one piece of puzzle in mineral rights debate

USA - June 23 2015 It may come as a surprise that Ohio's farmland is more valued for what it has underneath the land rather than what it grows or raises above the land…

Christopher Jones.

Ohio Supreme Court favors ODNR rules, so far…

USA - February 18 2015 The much anticipated decision by the Ohio Supreme Court in the case of State ex rel. Morrison v. Beck Energy Corporation, et al. was decided February…

Christopher Jones, Gary L. Ellsworth, James F. Lang.

Ohio . . . once again “the heart of it all”

USA - May 17 2013 Who would have dreamed that when the first commercial well was drilled in Ohio in 1860, that 150 years later Ohio would once again become "The Heart…

Raymond M. Tarasuck.

Sixth Circuit says EPA definition of “adjacent” under Title V of the Clean Air Act is contrary to plain meaning of the word

USA - August 23 2012 In a significant victory for the oil and gas industry, but important for any industry with multiple emissions sources at multiple locations, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit reined in an EPA determination that would have expanded the definition of an “adjacent or contiguous property” to such lengths that it could mean that entire gas systems could constitute a single source for permitting purposes

Christopher Jones, Christopher M. Ward.