Fracking credited for lower bills

Had it not been for the current fracking boom, Ohioans might have been looking at 65 to 129 percent higher heating bills this January.



Pipeline construction pumps energy into the Midwest economy

At dawn these cold mornings, pickups with license plates from all over the country roll off the blacktop and into the gravel in front of McBee’s General Store in this little Bates County town.



US set for energy independence, while other countries set for dependence

The U.S. is set to become the world's largest oil and natural gas producer due to the advent of hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling. The American energy boom is also drastically reducing oil and gas imports at a time when much of the world is becoming more reliant on energy imports.



API's Gerard Delivers Annual State of American Energy Address

API President and CEO Jack Gerard delivered his annual State of American Energy address on January 7th, focusing on the impact of future policy decisions on America's energy revolution.



America's trade deficit is shrinking. Thank fracking.

Some news Tuesday morning about America's trade deficit bodes well for growth. And there may be bigger lessons about the global economy working its way toward a more sustainable balance.



Fracking 101: Breaking down the most important part of today’s oil, gas drilling

The two- to three-day process of hydraulic fracturing for oil and gas is perhaps one of the most misunderstood drilling practices, becoming as bad of a word in some circles as a racial slur.



Utica production on the increase in Ohio

Look out, Pennsylvania. Ohio is starting to ramp up natural gas production.



Nations jockey for Arctic position, US not in lead

The U.S. is racing to keep pace with stepped-up activity in the once sleepy Arctic frontier, but it is far from being in the lead.



How shale's reshaping US industrial muscle

NORTH, South and Central America will be a major focus for oil and gas exploration next year as the US shale boom continues to build momentum and regulatory changes in Mexico and Brazil open the doors wider to international oil majors.



The US Fracking Boom Is Changing Geopolitics And Rearranging Global Alliances

The US will soon overtake Saudi Arabia as the world's largest producer of crude oil, liberating its foreign policy from dependancy on a handful of oil-rich Arab allies.

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