OMA Looks at Ohio’s Energy Opportunities (and Risks)

In an editorial at, OMA Vice President and Managing Director Ryan Augsburger spotlights the surge in Ohio’s natural gas production and how it’s benefiting manufacturers — especially as the fuel is increasingly used for electricity generation.

But Augsburger says the Buckeye State’s “electricity advantage is under siege as investor-owned utilities chip away at customer savings” — and as competitive gas-fired power generation projects are canceled due to the recent approval of House Bill 6, the nuclear bailout law. He reminds readers that the OMA Energy Group is working to “ensure access to the most economical sources of energy, while promoting efficiency that lowers costs for manufacturers and strengthens grid resiliency.” 1/27/2020