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In Pennsylvania, Fracking and Renewables Compete for the Future

In Pennsylvania, Fracking and Renewables Compete for the Future

Behind a low-slung building in Zelionople stands a towering mechanical structure where Deep Well Services trains employees in the highly specialized w

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Behind a low-slung building in Zelionople stands a towering mechanical structure where Deep Well Services trains employees in the highly specialized work of completing fracking wells for natural gas. It is well-paying and, until recently, growing work. The company went from 25 employees in 2008 to 450 last year.

Then, the pandemic clobbered demand for oil and gas, drilling slowed to a crawl, and Chief Executive Mark Marmo had to lay off about 100 people. Whether growth resumes, he said, depends on the pandemic, and next week’s…

This post first appeared on wsj.com

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