oil and natural gas drilling Judge Dismisses State Lawsuit Against Rover Pipeline Builders By Associated Press • Mar 16, 2019 Ohio EPA A Stark County judge this week dismissed a lawsuit Ohio filed against the developers of the 4.2 billion dollar Rover natural gas pipeline that stretches from West Virginia to Michigan. Quoting 'The Lorax,' Court Pulls Permit For Pipeline Crossing Appalachian Trail By Laurel Wamsley • Dec 15, 2018 Updated at 10:45 p.m. ET A federal appeals court has thrown out a power company's permit to build a natural gas pipeline across two national forests and the Appalachian Trail – and slammed the U.S. Forest Service for granting the approvals in the first place. Ohio Supreme Court Rules Beck Energy Must Drill Or Lose Land Leases By Associated Press • Jan 21, 2016 The Ohio Supreme Court has sided with landowners in a long-running legal battle over 700 disputed oil-and-gas leases in southern and eastern Ohio. ODNR Considers Need For More Oil And Gas Well Inspectors By Ohio Public Radio • Nov 18, 2013 Ohio Department of Natural Resources Companies continue to grow their natural gas production from Ohio’s shale formations, and state inspectors play a key role in defending communities and the environment.