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Most talk of a natural gas boom in southern West Virginia usually defers to the yet-untapped Rogersville Shale miles beneath the tri-state region.

While the vast majority of wells are still plunged into the northern Utica and Marcellus Shales, currently a more cost-effective venture with plenty of reserves left, streams of the multibillion industry still pull south into Cabell County by way of Cenergy LLC, a Milton-based general contractor designing, manufacturing and constructing compression and regulation stations for gas players nationwide.

https://www.theet.com/statejournal/energy/natural-gas-industry-dollars-are-streaming-to-cabell-county/article_7f60f496-5f4e-5b56-ab55-790557336c40.html

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