Natural Gas: Saving Farms, Building Communities

Natural Gas: Saving Farms, Building Communities

The Marcellus Shale Basin in Pennsylvania is reshaping the state from the ground up. Many of the wells sit on farmland. Being a farmer is not what it once was. Farmers face low profit margins, volatile weather, rising healthcare costs, and stiff competition from imports. However, their advantage is the…

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Eissler, former editor-in- chief of Oil & Gas Engineering magazine, previously worked as an editor for Dubai-based The Oil & Gas Year Magazine.

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