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Gas reps: Pipeline creating jobs

October 15, 2013

COLUMBIANA — With natural gas exploration already under way in Columbiana County, two men representing two companies involved in the area were among those who spoke at a community informational......

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Truth101

Oct-15-13 9:50 AM

The selling out of America.

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ts1227

Oct-17-13 7:08 AM

It may be creating jobs, but most of them are for relocated citizens from Chesapeake's home base (Oklahoma/Texas). Sure, they have to be put up in hotels long term and have to buy things which help the economy, but the job outlook in this area is just as grim because these companies lied about local jobs, by and large.

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concerned

Oct-17-13 9:04 PM

Don't you think the selling out of America would be keeping us dependent on Middle East oil?

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Truth101

Oct-18-13 10:05 AM

Haven't you heard. We're energy independent. All pipelines weather gas or oil leads to the gulf. There to be shipped overseas. So much for the cheap energy the drill here drill now crowd promised. We (The energy companies} are selling our energy future to the highest bidder. They have enough idiots out there (insert tea party here) convinced that this is all good for America. Yet we pay over $3.00 for a gallon of gas while in other leading oil producing countries they are paying a fraction of that.

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concerned

Oct-18-13 3:28 PM

Truth our prices in the US are still much less than Canada or Europe. What I don't understand is how it can jump 30 cents in one day or if you travel it can vary greatly between states.

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GrantMingus

Oct-18-13 4:30 PM

Yep, the Tea Party is definitely to blame for our high gas prices.

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Truth101

Oct-18-13 4:45 PM

Concerned, Europe and Canada are not the world leading producers. Whats the price in Saudi Araba, Iran, Russia, Venesuelia

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Truth101

Oct-18-13 4:46 PM

But grant, it's the tea party saying drill here drill now, drill baby drill, energy independence, low prices. Where are they?

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concerned

Oct-18-13 7:47 PM

"Like Iran and Saudi Arabia, oil-rich Venezuela has stitched affordable gas into its national fabric. “Oil is seen as a national resource, effectively owned by all and to which all are entitled,” says Halff. “The idea of cheap gasoline tends to be firmly entrenched in the political culture of those countries.” Venezuela is lowest .08 per gal. but it is subsidized Chavez. I don['t think I would like life in any of those countries though.

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