Pennsylvania, Ohio Emerge as Gas Policy Battlegrounds

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Pennsylvania and Ohio, responsible for a combined 35 billion cubic feet per day of natural gas production last year, may well become gas policy battleground over the next several years following two pivotal US Senate and a host of state legislative contests.

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