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The Daily Sentinel
Where are the real job opportunities? There’s a disconnect between formal local economic development efforts and wh
Where are the real job opportunities?
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 8 hours ago
There’s a disconnect between formal local economic development efforts and what’s actually producing positive results on the ground. What we mostly read and hear about are the traditional industries and... Read more
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Fortune
Why Donald Trump Won’t Bring Coal Jobs Back to West Virginiajobs back to West Virginia is pure fantasy. Even if environmental protections a
Why Donald Trump Won’t Bring Coal Jobs Back to West Virginia
Fortune / Posted 6 days ago
jobs back to West Virginia is pure fantasy. Even if environmental protections are eased under a Trump presidency, demand for coal, especially West Virginian coal, will continue to decline due purely to market forces. If Trump wants to help West... Read more
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The Charleston State Journal
Shale gas-driven growth hasn’t met expectations in WVFor nearly a decade, state officials and industry leaders have been touting the
Shale gas-driven growth hasn’t met expectations in WV
The Charleston State Journal / Posted 9 days ago
For nearly a decade, state officials and industry leaders have been touting the development of Marcellus Shale gas as an economic game-changer for the state of West Virginia. While the natural gas industry has undoubtedly provided isolated growth, it... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
Oil, gas industry lambastes BLM in House hearingTuesday during a U.S. House of Representatives hearing, claiming that regulatio
Oil, gas industry lambastes BLM in House hearing
Aspen Daily News / Posted 13 days ago
Tuesday during a U.S. House of Representatives hearing, claiming that regulations are impeding further extraction efforts and harming the Western Slope’s economy. But Carbondale rancher Bill Fales, a lone conservation voice in the House... Read more
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TribLIVE
Shell exec discusses plan to build cracker in Beaver Countyinvestment decision,” Shell Appalachia Vice President Ate Visser told industry
Shell exec discusses plan to build cracker in Beaver County
TribLIVE / Posted 27 days ago
investment decision,” Shell Appalachia Vice President Ate Visser told industry officials who gathered Downtown on Tuesday for the Northeast U.S. & Canada Petrochemical Construction Conference. Visser elaborated on the reasons for picking the site... Read more
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