Economist Says Ohio Gas Boom Hasn't Even Really Happened Yet

From the Cleveland Plain Dealer:
It's been two years since former Chesapeake Energy CEO Aubrey McClendon said shale gas would be the biggest thing here since the plow -- and two years since Gov. John Kasich's energy summit promised thousands of jobs. 
But real jobs have been difficult to count. Now comes the truth. 
"The gas boom is not here yet," economist Iryna Lendel, assistant director of Center for Economic Development at Cleveland State's Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs, told a crowded lecture hall Tuesday morning at the John S. Knight Convention Center. 
"We are a very young player in this game," Lendel told an audience attending the 8th annual energy conference sponsored by the Manufacturers' Education Council, COSE, the Ohio Chamber of Commerce and the Industrial Energy Users of Ohio.
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