Industry touts Marcellus advantage

STAFF PHOTO/ROBERT BAKER Tom Pyle, left, who served on President-elect Donald Trunp’s energy transition team before he took office 500 days ago, said the president’s current efforts at energy dominance bode well for the Marcellus Shale play. Also on the panel were Gene Barr, center, president and CEO of the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry, and David Taylor, president and CEO of the Pennsylvania Manufacturers Association.

Representatives of three industry trade organizations told a packed Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce breakfast Thursday that they needed to be prepared to do battle with those forces which might attempt to slow down Marcellus shale development in the region.

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