The Shale Play Today - February 2013

In This Issue:

- Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company Goes on the Offensive

- West Virginia Legislature Focuses on Energy Bills

- New Rules Proposed for Drilling Wastes in Ohio

- Pa. Shale Gas Production Doubled Between 2011 and 2012

- Excerpt from West Virginia Legislature Focuses on Energy Bills by

Michael J. Basile:

Just two weeks into the 2013 Regular Session of the West Virginia Legislature, dozens of bills have been introduced with potential impact to the natural gas industry. From the omnibus rules governing shale gas exploration to legislation focused on promoting the proliferation of natural gas transportation infrastructure and vehicle usage, the West Virginia Legislature will spend its fair share of time focused on the industry over the next six weeks. We will be following these bills as they work their way through the Legislature and will update you promptly with news as to how you may be impacted if and when any should become law. If you are interested in learning more, please feel free to contact Mike Basile, Chair, Government Relations Practice Group, Spilman Thomas &Battle, PLLC at

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