Energy Tomorrow Blog
Posted September 5, 2013
More from the new IHS report on the economic impacts of U.S. unconventional oil and natural gas development – with a deeper focus on jobs.
We posted on the report's big numbers yesterday: IHS projects the full unconventional value chain – the oil and natural gas industry’s upstream, midstream and downstream sectors and energy-related chemical industries – could support 3.3 million jobs by 2020 and nearly 3.9 million by 2025. Energy from shale and other tight-rock formations supported 2.1 million jobs in 2012.
Posted January 23, 2013
The governor of Nebraska’s approval of the Keystone XL pipeline’s route through his state has some opponents conjuring up old arguments and false choices in an attempt to gain traction against a project that could help create hundreds of thousands of U.S. jobs, stimulate economic activity and help make America more energy secure.