Watch Timken Steel’s $200 million caster on its first heat. It’s the largest continuous vertical bloom caster in the world and the only one of its kind in North America.
While still in its early stages, we are already beginning to see the economic benefits associated with the Utica Shale boom. Concentrated heavily in the eastern part of Ohio, areas like Youngstown and Canton are experiencing widespread growth thanks in large part to shale-related activities.
What exactly is shale and why is it important to Northeast Ohio? If you’ve asked yourself this question, read on!
As the Marcellus and Utica shale formations continue to develop, the expectation of job growth in the shale gas industry is becoming more of a reality. As a result, the demand for local educators to prepare students for today’s growing job market is also on the rise and institutions across the region are stepping up to meet this growing demand.
As the Utica Shale boom in Northeast Ohio has taken off, Youngstown and Canton have particularly begun to the see the economic potential and benefit with a number of development projects underway as a result. Read on!
Interest in the region’s natural gas and oil industries has been growing by leaps and bounds over the last few years and with good reason. The Plus is ideally situated above large oil and gas deposits in the Marcellus and Utica Shale formations. It is estimated that our region alone has more than 25 trillion cubic feet of recoverable natural gas and 7 billion barrels of oil. Learn more!
As reported in the Downtown Cleveland Alliance’s (DCA) latest quarterly market update, downtown Cleveland’s residential population now exceeds 13,000 people, with more and more people looking to move downtown.