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Drumright, Okla., celebrates 100 years since its first gusher, all thanks to a Pennsylvania oilman named -- wait for it -- Tom Slick.

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Four residents within a one-mile area had been evacuated as of Thursday. A company spokeswoman said in a statement that the current methane levels indicate "a very low hazard risk to people, vegetation and fish."

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Archie W. Dunham, the former chairman and CEO of the ConocoPhilips oil company, will replace Chesapeake CEO Aubrey McClendon as chairman of the nine-person board.

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"Gasland" director Josh Fox releases a new short documentary that targets N.Y. Gov. Cuomo and his administration's plans to restrict hydraulic fracturing to certain areas of the state. Head to the bottom of the post to see the 18-minute video.

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"These 17,000 jobs, I feel very confident that's what's going to happen, but you never know how it's going to evolve," Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald said. "I think it actually might be more than that. In any event, it's a lot of wealth and a lot of growth and a lot of jobs for Western Pennsylvania."

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Big changes coming to Chesapeake Energy after this morning's shareholders meeting in Oklahoma.

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Area counties cash in on natural gas drilling revenues with the impact fees that could help improve infrastructure and services.

Butler County stands to gain about $714,000 in impact fee revenue later this year, but with an annual budget of about $190 million, that money probably won't go very far, Butler County Commissioners Chairman William McCarrier said.

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Chesapeake Energy has put more than 337,000 acres across 19 eastern Ohio counties up for sale -- about one-fourth of the company's total Utica holdings in the effort to help its debt-ridden balance sheet.

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BREAKING: AP reports the Obama administration is issuing the first-ever standards to control air pollution from gas wells that are drilled using a method called hydraulic fracturing, or fracking.

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If there’s one bright spot for veterans on the local job front, it may be found in the state’s oil and natural gas industry.
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