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CEA’s Chris Ventura and West Virginia Oil & Natural Gas Association’s Anne Blankenship discuss how developing West Virginia’s natural resources has had a positive economic impact on the region and how anti-energy efforts to “Keep it in the Ground” negatively impact West Virginia’s jobs, economy, and future.

A recent analysis by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Global Energy Institute shows that delays in energy infrastructure projects and bans in energy development have blocked more than $91.9 billion in economic activity nationwide. It has also eliminated nearly 730,000 jobs and cost federal, state and local governments more than $20 billion in tax revenue.

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