Shale and the Ohio River Corridor

Ohio River Corridor

Shale and the Ohio River Corridor

ONG Marketplace Fall 2017: The Ohio River has played a significant role in transportation of goods and the development of villages and towns from what is now Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to the Mississippi River. In 1803, the Lewis and Clark Expedition created the first Ohio River Navigation Charts.

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Biddel Gas Compression Comes to West Virginia

ShaleDirectories.com: Bidell Gas Compression, a subsidiary of Canadian-based Total Energy Services Inc., will base its first United States Manufacturing operation, 29.5 miles north of Wheeling, in Weirton, West Virginia.

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What Is Ohio?

Site Selection magazine, May 2016: Ohio companies aren’t just growing; they’re changing the world of commerce and how we as consumers interact with it.

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Stress Management for Real Estate Professionals

While a good deal of the stress that successful real estate brokers face occurs within their work life, SIORs agree that in order to manage that stress they must not only address work activities, but their overall lifestyles as well.

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SIOR World Conference Report 2015

Our Brokerage serves the heart of the Utica Shale area in Eastern Ohio. Whether you are looking to lease or buy an office, warehouse or yard for storage, we have the expertise and dedication that will help you achieve your goals.

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Real Estate Remains Strong in the Utica Market

Eagle Ford Texas: Commercial Real Estate activity in Utica and Western Marcellus Shale areas continued to flourish in 2014 as drilling, pipeline construction and processing facilities continue to expand and create avenues for getting Oil & Gas product to market.

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Discussion Highlights and Developments in the Utica Shale

The Canton Repository: This year will be key for Stark County and the rest of the Utica Shale region, as regulations take shape, more wells begin producing and business development continues. That was the message Monday at the Pro Football Hall of Fame, where local business and labor leaders met to discuss developments in the

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