US oil and gas drilling boom's economic impact

July 2015
Tri-State Automotive Report;Jul2015, Vol. 26 Issue 10, p5
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the rapid boom in the oil and gas drilling in the U.S. and discusses topics like increase in oil production, rise in job opportunities, and increase in business investment by oil and gas companies.


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