NEPA Preparing Educationally for Marcellus Shale Jobs

Posted By Patrick Rogan || 28-Jun-2010

More news about Marcellus Shale natural gas drilling: An article in today's Times-Tribune emphasizes not the negative impact drilling has had and could have on NEPA's natural resources, but the preparations our local educational institutions are making in response to anticipated industry demand for workers.

One sometimes gets the feeling that Marcellus Shale natural gas drilling is a fast-rolling stone that has already gathered so much momentum, it cannot be slowed or stopped.

For those people living in communities that have had their water, land and air impacted by the hydraulic fracturing process, industry progress throughout our region may not seem something to celebrate. While corporate and political entities, and now our schools, scramble to meet industry demands, a growing number of people are asking what price they and their families will pay for progress.

If you have been negatively affected by Marcellus Shale gas drilling, or if you fear that your rights to clean natural resources will be negatively impacted in the future as a result of planned drilling in the Marcellus Shale region, then you should contact a Marcellus Shale attorney at Rogan Law as soon as possible.

A Marcellus Shale lawyer from Rogan Law can help you ensure that your future is not jeapordized by Marcellus Shale natural gas drilling. Contact aMarcellus Shale attorney at Rogan Law today.

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