Marcellus & Utica Shale Website Launches Shale Voter Project
Website Seeks to Educate the Shale Voter
Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) November 01, 2012
A Marcellus Shale website has launched a campaign to educate those involved in this nation's growing shale industry.
The online "Shale Voter" guide, which was published by GoMarcellusShale.com, guide touches upon 7 key issues, among them: Taxes on Royalties, Hydraulic Fracturing, Cap and Trade, and Regulation of Green House Gas Emissions. The Voter Guide can be accessed at http://GoMarcellusShale.com.
Keith Mauck, Publisher of GoMarcellusShale.com, stressed that there is still time to get educated, “The issue of energy, specifically issues affecting the shale industry, has received very little attention in this election season. This is our effort to get a grasp on where the candidates stand on issues important to this industry. Of course, Pennsylvania and Ohio have a bright future in this industry, but this is a nation-wide opportunity that we need to cultivate. Everyone should be asking, which candidate is best for our energy future?”
GoMarcellusShale.com is a social network focusing on all things related to the Marcellus and Utica Shale plays. The site boasts over 15,000 members and utilizes forums, blogs, photos, and videos in its discussions on the Play.
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