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Energy’s Latest Target: Women

By Alan Neuhauser After two decades changing diapers, nanny Shelly Alexander was ready for a change herself. “I wanted a job I could use my brain for,” says Alexander, who lives in Spring Valley in northeast Pennsylvania. “I had a great job, but I had no retirement, I had no benefits. It was just time.”

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Gas Prices Will Soon Drop Below $2 Per Gallon

By Brad Tuttle Gas prices have been falling for months, and thanks to plummeting oil prices, they’re expected to keep on dropping through the end of the year—dipping below $2 per gallon in some parts of the country. As of Monday, the national average for a gallon of regular was down to $2.77, according to

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GasFrac’s president sees golden opportunity in waterless fracking in Ohio

By Tom Knox Oil and gas companies want waterless fracking because it could work better than water fracking. Residents want waterless fracking because it saves millions of gallons of water and cuts down on transportation needed to truck used water away. Add that to a failure of Ohio’s oil and gas companies to economically drill

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Oil, gas industry tries to keep talent in pipeline

By David Conti Four years ago, Bryan Dickson and Matt Ockree were among the youngest engineers working on gas well pads in Western Pennsylvania’s Marcellus shale fields. “I was out in the frack van with Bryan a lot of days and a lot of nights, learning from the people with more experience,” said Ockree, 27,

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Report: Without The Fracking Boom, Oil Would Be At $150 Per Barrel

By Michael Bastasch The price of oil fell from about $100 per barrel to $80 per barrel in a matter of months, bringing with it lower gasoline prices for drivers and a modest boost to the economy ahead of the holiday season. This is all thanks to the advent of hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, and horizontal

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Ohio Anti-Fracking Activists Want to Delay First Responders from Receiving Important Information

By Jackie Stewart Back in October of 2013, Energy In Depth reported on how anti-fracking activists in Ohio were trying to slow down first responders with added bureaucracy, based on dubious assumptions about regulatory exemptions. In that report, we discussed how disastrous it could be if first responders were sent back to the stone ages

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