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Co Tenancy Agenda v2

Clarksburg Exponent
by Victoria L. Cann STAFF WRITER  Jul 16, 2017

CLARKSBURG — Oil and gas officials continue to be optimistic about the industry’s future in West Virginia.

Scott Freshwater, president of the Independent Oil and Gas Association of West Virginia, said although the price of natural gas in the Appalachian basin is discounted right now because there’s such an oversupply, there are factors that could boost the price.

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