Even in a water-rich state like Ohio, growing water use for fracking could strain water reserves, according to new research from the FracTracker Alliance.
The potential for sinkholes could pose problems along interstate gas pipeline routes through northwest Ohio, warns a report submitted to federal regulators last month.
Drilling for oil and gas, which has increased substantially in many parts of the country over the past decade, has impacted millions of acres of agricultural and range land.
Ohio’s oil and gas industry and environmental groups remain divided on controversial community right-to-know provisions in a pending bill.
Almost three weeks after Ohio's top court struck down a town's restrictive drilling ordinances, lawyers and local officials are predicting another round of court cases.
While townships and counties are preempted by state law on many aspects of oil and gas development, including hydraulic fracturing, they can focus on some ancillary activities of the practice and enforce police powers to give local residents some say.
For Maryann Lesert, an accurate portrait of the fracking industry only comes from years of visiting well sites and talking to residents who can see 100-foot-tall drill rigs from their backyards.
Minnesota's community solar boom, Wisconsin's utility fight and Ohio's renewable energy freeze were among our top stories for 2014.
The Ohio Senate began hearings this week on a bill that could let oil and gas companies skirt current laws dealing with disclosure of chemical hazards to local communities.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources is siding with two oil and gas companies in a court case challenging a Cleveland suburb’s ban on oil and gas drilling within city limits.