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Teaming up with USA to organize and headline the rally were representatives from the Pennsylvania Independent Oil and Gas Association (PIOGA), the Associated Petroleum Industries of Pennsylvania (API-PA),


the Spigelmyer said the rally was just the beginning.


“Shale advocates across Pennsylvania understand the benefits of producing a prod- uct that has lessened our dependence on foreign oil, has reduced utility prices broadly across the United States and is improving our environment and air quality while creating good-paying jobs and opportunity. There are a lot of support and passion for natural gas development in Pennsylvania, and we’re committed to keeping those advocates en- gaged and expanding the USA platform further into every corner of the Commonwealth.”


For more information about USA, visit www.unitedshaleadvocates.com.


THANK YOU, USA SPEAKERS A special thanks to the following speakers who participated in the Pennsylvania Jobs, Pennsylvania Energy rally:


- Gene Barr, President & CEO, Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry


- Rawley Cogan, President & CEO, Keystone Elk Country Alliance - Dennis Gilfoyle, CEO, Junior Achievement of Western PA - Nick Haden, Vice President, Reserved Environmental Services - Les Houck, Supervisor, Salisbury Township, Lancaster County - Paula Jackson, President & CEO, American Association of Blacks in Energy - Jim Kunz, Business Manager,


International Union of Operating Engineers Local 66


- Dennis Martire, Vice President and Mid-Atlantic Regional Manager, Laborers’ International Union of North America (LiUNA)


- Beth Powell, Vice President & General Manager, New Pig Energy - Hank Rettew, CEO, RETTEW Associates, Inc. - Gary Slagel, Chairman, Pennsylvania Independent Oil and Gas Association (PIOGA) - Brian Smith, farmer, Wayne County landowner


Pennsylvania Chamber of


Business and Industry, LiUNA and the International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE), among others.


We’re taking natural gas production to new heights.


CONSOL Energy is fueling America’s energy future in many innovative ways. Like our collaboration with Greater Pittsburgh International Airport to drill for natural gas on 9,000 acres surrounding the airport. The property is part of the Marcellus Shale – which is proving to be the second largest gas field in the world. By drilling, we’ll help supply the nation’s natural gas needs for decades to come. As well as supply the region with jobs and a significant economic boost. Learn more at consolenergy.com.


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