Shale and Pipelines: What the Frack is Going On in Putnam County?

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Shale and Pipelines: What the Frack is Going On in Putnam County?
6 – 8 p.m. Thursday, January 21
Eleanor Presbyterian Church
205 Eleanor Circle, Eleanor, WV

OVEC is sponsoring this community forum. Come out to meet your neighbors and

What does the development of Rogersville Shale and the proposed Mountaineer XPress Pipeline mean for our region? Have you have been approached by oil & gas industry representatives seeking to lease your mineral rights, or to gain right-of-way access to your property?

Come meet your neighbors and discuss these issues. Learn about disruptions to health, well-being and property already impacting our neighbors in north-central West Virginia.

Please help spread the word — invite your neighbors, share this blog and print and post the flier above in friendly spots around Putnam County.

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