January 30, 2013

Is the Texas's Eagle Ford Miracle For Real?

Jennifer Hiller, Fuel Fix


Fuel Fix

That’s the question that keeps dogging the South Texas oil and gas field.

 

Even as thousands of workers and major oil and gas companies flood into the region, investors have been reluctant to invest in houses, apartments and other permanent infrastructure. A when-will-it-bust mentality hangs over the region.

But participants in the San Antonio Clean Technology Forum’s Eagle Ford Forum II event Tuesday said the oil and gas development appears to be here to stay, and that it’s time for the region to figure out how to manage everything from water issues to roads.

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