Ohio home to $4.6 billion in shale industry investment in the first half of 2018 - new CSU study
Total investment in Ohio’s resource rich shale energy sector has reached $74 billion since tracking began in 2011, according to a Cleveland State University study prepared for JobsOhio.

The study from CSU’s Energy Policy Center at the Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs, showed that drilling activity slowed, but remained significant in Ohio during the first half of 2018, with investment in Ohio’s upstream, midstream, and downstream energy ecosystem totaling $4.6 billion, the study showed.
Upstream investment accounted for 74%
Upstream activities, such as drilling or royalties, accounted for more than $3.4 billion of this total.

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