Smaller-Than-Anticipated Utica Shale Window is Good for Some, Bad for Others

From the Youngstown Vindicator:
The production area of the Utica Shale is shrinking compared with some industry expectations, but that won’t necessarily be a bad thing for the Mahoning Valley. 
“It’s a good thing for the Mahoning Valley that the shale play is being defined, and the area is right in the heart of it all,” said Dan Alfaro, spokesman for Energy-In-Depth, an oil-and-gas industry outreach group. 
A condensed shale area that is closer to the Valley should mean more impact for the area economically, he said.
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