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27 Aug

(State Journal) – To help siphon through all the information regarding the issues of gas and oil, help is on the way.

Through the West Virginia University Extension Service, the public sector can gain a better understanding of oil and gas issues through the multiple educational programs.

The service’s Agriculture and Natural Resources Program Unit team provides educational programming to the public about natural gas exploration in the Marcellus shale

Team members are extension agents, WVU geologists, water quality experts, representatives of the DEP and representatives from industry, community and environmental groups.

“We provide scientific-based factual information regarding the rules, regulations and laws,” said Georgette Plaugher, West Virginia University program coordinator. “We put together programs for the public that are available to anyone and are unbiased information.”

Read more from the State Journal…

http://www.statejournal.com/story/23257397/
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