Shale Boom May Breathe Life Into Yorkville Steel Mill

From WTOV 9 News:
According to Esmark spokesman Bill Keegan, that could include a pipe depot to support industry associated with the extraction of natural gas from the Marcellus shale formation. A tin printing venture and a coal transfer station are also possible.

"Clearly, there is a huge opportunity with respect to the fracking industry that has developed there (in the Ohio Valley)," said Stahlschmidt CEO Uwe Schmidt. "We have abundant space, good river access and we see opportunity for this emerging industry in the area."
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