The Shale Play Today - March 2013


In This Issue:

- W.Va. Legislative Update

- Pipeline Expansion Means Abundant Natural Gas for N.C.

- E&P Companies Join Forces with Environmentalists & Philanthropists

- Useful Resource: Ohio Utica Shale Maps

- Featured Shale Team Member

- Excerpt from Pipeline Expansion Means Abundant Natural Gas for N.C.:

A natural gas pipeline running from the Marcellus Shale fields of Pennsylvania to the Gulf of Mexico, by way of the Carolinas, will likely spur industrial development and hold down electricity costs in North Carolina. This may also mean that the state's shale gas resources will go unexplored for years to come.

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