Issue Date: May 27, 2013
Job Boom From Shale Gale
Inexpensive natural gas from shale will not only bring big profits to U.S. chemical makers but will also be a boon to local communities where future chemical plant workers will live and shop, creating more than a half-million new jobs overall. That’s the conclusion of a new study by the American Chemistry Council, a trade association of chemical companies.
The job numbers seem reasonable, says Terry L. Clower, director . . .
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