Jan 27, 2014
Submitted by: Cindy Bond, Extension Educator Community Development
Shale Development is a common term in Eastern Ohio as the area continues to grow and expand. What is the role of Ohio State University Extension in this area? OSU Extension can provide unbiased research based information. In addition to this website, there are many other OSU Extension resources available. Below are three other OSU resources that may be useful.
Jan 6, 2014
Written By: Clif Little, OSU Extension Guernsey County, email@example.com or 740-489-5300
Temporary right-of-way grants and temporary waterline agreement are becoming more common in the shale development regions of Ohio. These documents involve important considerations on behalf of the landowner and should always involve your attorney. Below are a few of the points for the landowner to consider.
Dec 16, 2013
By: Greg Moon – OSU Community Development Extension Educator, Wyandot County
The cost-saving benefits that compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles can offer to Ohio businesses continues to increase as the amount of CNG fueling sites spreads geographically across the state. While the conversion of vehicle fleets and purchase of new CNG vehicles appears costly up front, more and more Ohio businesses with a heavy transportation component are beginning to realize the opportunity that low natural gas prices present to their bottom line.
Dec 3, 2013
Written by Myra Moss, Associate Professor and Educator, OSU Extension, Licking County
In 2011 OSU Extension collaborated with the Ohio Department of Development Energy Resources Office and Green Energy Ohio, Inc., to develop a statewide energy outreach and education program. The purpose of this program was to help Ohio’s residents and businesses access useful knowledge, information, resources and assistance in energy efficiency and renewable energy such as solar or wind.
Nov 19, 2013
Written by: Nancy Bowen, OSU Extension Field Specialist, Community Economics
Nov 4, 2013
Written By: Mike Lloyd, Extension Educator, Community Development Noble County
An oil and gas boom is certainly underway in Ohio. The introduction of horizontal drilling technology in the Utica/Point Pleasant and the Marcellus Shales in the eastern part of the state has created a level of economic activity in counties including Carroll, Harrison, and Noble that has been unseen since the days when coal was king.
Oct 21, 2013
Written by: Pat Holmes, OSU Extension Educator, Family & Consumer Sciences
Using energy efficiency techniques in your home can make a difference in the amount you pay your utility company each month. Don’t know where to start? Checkout the Roadmap developed by the Energize Ohio Team at: https://energizeohio.osu.edu/home-business-energy-applications
Start with small changes to avoid feeling like everything needs to be done at once. Then make as many changes as you want to do.
Oct 14, 2013
Written by: Cynthia Leis, OSU Extension Educator, Community Development
With wind turbines erupting across the U.S., so will training programs to certify technicians to repair and maintain their ability to produce energy. According to the Department of Energy, wind energy is now the fastest growing source of power in the United States, representing 43 percent of all new U.S. electric generation capacity in 2012 and $25 billion in new investment.
Oct 7, 2013
Written By: Cindy Bond, OSU Extension Educator, Community Development
Rural communities in Eastern Ohio are experiencing a sudden impact as a result of the development of the Shale Energy development. Shale development in these communities impacts their structure through the influx of new, often temporary workers, challenging existing community dynamics and the ability to meet these needs. The economic development in these communities is an important topic of conversation.
Aug 13, 2013
According data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration, in 2011 the United States emitted approximately 5,490 million metric tons of CO2 from the consumption of energy, which was roughly 17% of the total CO2 emitted globally. As a result of statistics such as this, the connection between energy and the environment it is often in reference to CO2 emissions from energy production and its impact on the environment. However, the U.S. Department of Energy recently released a report titled U.S.