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Utica shale tidbits

By Bob Downing Published: July 24, 2012

1. The new Socialist French government is considering lifting the country's ban on hydraulic fracturing of fracking.

2. Los Angeles-based OriginOil Inc. is using its algae system to treat fracking flowback water.

The company also uses its algae to produce and market  crude oil.

3. The Columbiana Port Authority in eastern Ohio has agreed to sell water to Aqua Terra Asset Management.

That company will then sell the water to drillers in the Utica and Marcellus shales for hydraulic fracturing or fracking.

The company will get its water from two fire hydrants in East Liverpool and will pay $9 per 1,000 gallons, according to the Marcellus Drilling News.

4. Chevron has restarted production in northern West Virginia.

That includes wells in Marshall and Ohio counties.

The company had halted its West Virginia operations after an explosion earlier this year near Moundsville.

That safety review is continuing, but it's been completed in some areas.

 

 

 

 

 

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