Category Archives: Inside Shale
In an office park just a few miles outside of town, a bright red sign reads “Local Jobs, Local Workers.”
Roland “Butch” Taylor of the Plumbers and Pipefitters Local 396 union sits in a cramped office…
It’s a long road from the oil fields of California to the protest lines at fracking sites in Ohio, but that’s where 54-year-old Susie Beiersdorfer finds herself these days.
Whatever you call it – brine, produced water, flowback water – it’s still a byproduct of gas and oil drilling, and the problem will remain the same. What do you do with the stuff?
The oil and gas industry benefits businesses in Ohio, but lagging infrastructure may slow down growth in some areas. Chris Davidson has the story.
Throughout Ohio, cities are finding that burning natural gas in their buses not only helps the environment, but also the bottom line.
Fracking not only splits rock, but farmers as well.
When the fracking industry arrived in Carroll County, it brought an influx of money – and demands.
Months after the discovery of pollution in the Mahoning River, residents downstream on the Beaver River, don’t want it to happen again.
Caitlin Fitch has the story.
There are two sides to every story. But in the world of fracking those two sides may not always be clear-cut.
The oil and gas industry is bringing economic benefits to the oil-and-gas-rich areas in Ohio. Chris Davdison tells us how the industry is affecting businesses in one boom-town, Carrollton.