Conservation District Brings $1 Billion to Ohio Region Thanks to Utica Shale Revenues

By [Energy Central] Energy in Depth Natural gas and oil development in the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District (MWCD) has brought $1 billion of economic impact to the region, according to a new analysis by Cleveland State University. The historic partnership has also supported 2,606 jobs totaling nearly $300 million in wages and benefits over the past nine years, while bringing increases in state and local tax..

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