Last year the report on the natural gas industry by Overland Park’s Black & Veatch described a cautious optimism about likely growth because of the trove of natural gas being recovered from shale formations in the United States. The updated report released this week strikes a more confident tone, flatly stating that the industry is gaining traction.
Last year the report on the natural gas industry by Overland Park’s Black & Veatch described a cautious optimism about likely growth because of the trove of natural gas being recovered from shale formations in the United States. The updated report released this week strikes a more confident tone, flatly stating that the industry is gaining traction. Michael Shake
Last year the report on the natural gas industry by Overland Park’s Black & Veatch described a cautious optimism about likely growth because of the trove of natural gas being recovered from shale formations in the United States. The updated report released this week strikes a more confident tone, flatly stating that the industry is gaining traction. Michael Shake

Future of natural gas industry keeps improving, survey says

October 28, 2014 6:19 PM

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