November 2016, Vol. 243, No. 11


Keystone State Earns New Respect as Energy’s Land of Opportunity

Listen closely and you can hear the early rumblings of another energy renaissance taking hold deep in the heart of … Pennsylvania. That’s right, Pennsylvania, where there’s growing resolve among businesses and local entities to band together in a bid to reclaim some of the region’s past luster as the nation’s first true energy hub. This time around, though, the state that is the birthplace of the oil industry in the 1850s is not relying on “black gold” but rather natural gas – lots of it – compliments of the Marcellus and Utica shales, to provide the source of energy and, hopefully, the motivation that will attract new business. As a local shopkeeper put it just after I arrived in historic

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