University of Wyoming Professor Timothy Considine, will be one of two speakers speaking before the U.S. Senate and House Natural Gas Caucuses today. He will be presenting his research on the economic impact of the Marcellus Shale natural gas in Pennsylvania. And though Wyoming is far from Pennsylvania, what happens there will have significant economic impacts, he says, not only in Wyoming:
Considine is also doing additional research on the economics of “unconventional oil and natural gas”:
Considine is a professor of energy economics in the University of Wyoming’s School of Energy Resources.