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Study: Marcellus Shale - Enormous Economic, Energy Potential

domestic energy  economic impacts of marcellus  marcellus  marcellus shale coalition  natural gas  penn state natural gas study  pennsylvania  pennsylvania natural gas  penn state 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted May 26, 2010

new Penn State study says the development of clean-burning natural gas in Pennsylvania's Marcellus Shale formation could create 212,000 new jobs during the next 10 years and generate more than $1.8 billion in state and local tax revenues during the next 18 months. 

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Shale Gas is a "Big Deal"

climate legislation  conoco phillips  domestic energy  energy policy  natural gas  natural gas from shale  natural gas supply 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted April 9, 2010

A "big deal." That's how Energy Secretary Steven Chu described shale gas at a conference this week, adding that "gas will be the transition fuel as we go to renewables." (NGI's Daily Gas Price Index

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Hydraulic Fracturing: The Key to New Wyoming Wells

fracking  horizontal drilling  hydraulic fracturing  hydro fracking  natural gas drilling  shale gas drilling  wyoming  wyoming shale gas 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted March 22, 2010

A couple of successful wells are causing energy companies to take a fresh look at the southeastern corner of Wyoming. 

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Natural Gas' "Shale Gale"

domestic energy  energy demand  energy policy  horizontal drilling  hydraulic fracturing  natural gas  natural gas drilling  gas from shale 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted March 15, 2010

About 30 years ago, Kuwait's economic advisor in Washington predicted the United States would become dependent on the Middle East for natural gas supplies. 

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Natural Gas: 'An Unexpected Gift'

access  domestic energy  energy policy  energy reality  horizontal drilling  hydraulic fracturing  natural gas 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted March 10, 2010

Many of the world's most knowledgeable energy experts are meeting in Houston this week at the 29th annual CERAWeek conference. CERAWeek is sponsored by IHS Cambridge Energy Research Associates, Inc. to provide insight on the future of energy. 

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Pattern of Delay Continues

domestic energy  drilling  energy development  energy policy  interior department  natural gas  offshore drilling  oil drilling  interior and seismic tests 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted January 27, 2010

Every credible projection of future U.S. energy demand through 2030 predicts that this nation will need more energy in the coming years, including more oil and natural gas. How is the administration addressing this need? 

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U.S. is the World's Largest Natural Gas Producer

domestic energy  hydraulic fracturing  natural gas 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted January 21, 2010

As we reported yesterday, hydraulic fracturing has led to a boom in U.S. natural gas production in recent years, greatly increasing the nation's supplies of this clean-burning fuel. It has been so successful, in fact, the United States has overtaken Russia as the world's largest natural-gas producer. 

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