"'Brutal' times for shale industry likely will continue in 2016"


Ohio’s Utica shale play had a tough year in 2015, as low oil and gas prices forced drillers to cut back their operations and the number of working rigs in the state plummeted.

It’s a slowdown that could last well into this year, if not longer. But with three years of drilling under their belts, leaders of the oil and gas industry say they’ve learned enough about Ohio’s shale play to know it will be profitable even when other shale plays are not, and drilling here eventually will gain pace again. 

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