January 30, 2012

Pandering for Marcellus Votes

Erich Schwartzel, Pittsburgh Post Gazette


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President Barack Obama's early valentine to the natural gas industry in his State of the Union address Tuesday spurred activist anxiety and industry infatuation, but the lengthy section dedicated to domestic energy was also an appeal to the millions of voters living above the Marcellus Shale formation. . .

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TAGGED: Shale Gas Production, Natural Gas, Marcellus Shale, Pittsburgh Post Gazette, Election 2012, Politics

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