Rover Pipeline is expected to generate more than $135 million in ad valorem tax revenue for Ohio during its first year in operation of which an estimated $91 million will be directed to more than 36 local school districts. The Ohio section of the Rover Pipeline will traverse 570 miles through 18 counties.
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For its 17th year the Ohio Oil and Gas Energy Education Program (OOGEEP) has once again invited teachers from across Ohio to gain hands-on experience at its annual science teacher workshop in Marietta.
This 3-minute video briefly explains the process of hydraulic fracturing.