Marcellus Shale WV - Yahoo! News

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  • While teaching petroleum technology at the University of Arkansas during the height of the Haynesville Shale rush, Curt Hippensteel did not know he would soon move to West Virginia to train students to work in the Marcellus and Utica shale fields.
  • Junior Walk kicks at the dirt atop Kayford Mountain, his left boot strangled with electrical tape so the sole doesn’t flap around when he walks. Behind him is the last surviving patch of intact forest on the mountain, 2,890 feet above sea level, in a rugged crook where Kanawha, Fayette, and Raleigh counties all come together. ...

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