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State standing in gas production move evidence industry is here to stay

January 8, 2014

While gas drilling activity has not been as robust the past two years as the boom years that preceded it, the industry is hardly on its death bed. The U.S....

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Jan-10-14 12:28 PM

One does not receive royalty checks, one receives loyalty checks.

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Jan-09-14 8:56 PM

So, Louisiana must be a toxic wasteland also. I see. And both Dakotas. Uh, huh. Got it.

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Jan-09-14 1:17 PM

Obviously none of you have a gas well or are in a unit of one.

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Jan-08-14 9:23 AM

great, can't wait to see this state in 20 years, it will be a ghost town because the water will be contaminated and the air will be deadly. Hope you all enjoy this industry now!

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Jan-08-14 8:49 AM

Good Morning rick, maybe someone should tell Gabe about this so he can buy back his Natural Gas car huh. "Boomtown"!!

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Jan-08-14 7:58 AM

Reading the first sentence, it appears the boom is in fact over. Well that did not last long. I thought I read it would last decades. Maybe even a 100 years. And Williamsport would be the energy capital of the state, or something like that, with all kinds of jobs. Looks pretty much the same as it did 10 years ago. In the mean time other jobs left because of closures. Well, maybe the next time.

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