The Ohio Oil & Gas Energy Education Program (OOGEEP) released its second economic impact study this past week: "According to the study, Ohio's natural gas and crude oil industry could help create and support more than 200,000 Ohio-based jobs from the leasing, royalties, exploration, drilling, production and pipeline construction activities for the Utica shale reserve. The state could experience an overall wage and personal-income boost of $12 billion by 2015 from industry spending." (From the press release.) Nice.
For a copy of the study, see here.