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Month: September 2011

Ohio panelist on shale gas: ‘Mother nature gave us a great gift. You either play the hand, or you fold it.’

At The Ohio State University on Wednesday, ACC President Cal Dooley led a panel discussion on the promise of energy-rich Marcellus and Utica Shales to Ohio’s economy and power...

West Virginia “a big winner in shale gas development,” Dooley tells Charleston Daily Mail

ACC President Cal Dooley met with Daily Mail business editor George Hohmann on Monday to discuss West Virginia’s role in capitalizing on one of the most exciting domestic energy...

America Invents Act supports innovations in chemistry, touching one in five U.S. patents

President Obama signed the America Invents Act (HR 1249) on Friday, a bill the President says will make a sizable dent in the U.S. Patent Office’s 700,000-application backlog and...

Modernized TSCA can and should protect both human health and animal welfare

To date, much of the discussion around improving the way chemicals are regulated under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) has focused on the goal of creating a system...

Best way to grow economy and create jobs? Robust development of domestic shale gas

On Monday, National Journal reporter Amy Harder asked her Energy & Environment readers, “Where Does Energy Fit Into Obama’s Jobs Plan?” Though the President didn’t mention the word energy...