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West Virginia's natural gas boom pits land owners against drilling companies

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Ken Ward Jr., a reporter at the Charleston Gazette-Mail in West Virginia, joined CBSN to discuss the impact of the natural gas boom in the state and how it's creating a new clash between land owners and the companies that drill on their land.

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A gas company took over their land. Then this family fought back.

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West Virginia homeowners had no idea how far companies would go to get at the lucrative natural gas beneath the surface

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If you own a piece of property, do you control what happens on your land?

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Many land owners think they control their property, but if you only have surface rights and not underlying mineral rights, what happens on your land may be out of your control. Alan Collins, a professor of resource economics and management at West Virginia University, joined CBSN to explain the complexities.

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West Virginia's natural gas boom pits land owners against drilling companies

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Ken Ward Jr., a reporter at the Charleston Gazette-Mail in West Virginia, joined CBSN to discuss the impact of the natural gas boom in the state and how it's creating a new clash between land owners and the companies that drill on their land.

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Powerless: The high cost of cheap gas

Added: 11.07.2019 20:44 | 4 views | 0 comments

When the U.S. declared the discovery of natural gas reserves large enough to propel the country to energy independence, property owners in West Virginia could never have imagined how that discovery might affect them. CBSN Originals and ProPublica traveled to West Virginia's "gas patch" to meet landowners Beth Crowder and David Wentz, a once-married couple who found themselves in the crosshairs of Big Gas and joined forces to fight back.

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Natural gas boom creates jobs at a high cost in West Virginia

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A natural gas boom in the U.S. is creating much-needed jobs and keeping electricity costs low, but it's come at a high cost for some homeowners in West Virginia. ProPublica's Mayeta Clark was one of the producers of the CBSN Originals documentary "Powerless: The high cost of cheap gas," and she joined CBSN to discuss it.

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A gas company took over their land. Then this family fought back.

Added: 11.07.2019 12:50 | 4 views | 0 comments

West Virginia homeowners had no idea how far companies would go to get at the lucrative natural gas beneath the surface

From: feeds.cbsnews.com

Powerless: The high cost of cheap gas

Added: 11.07.2019 12:30 | 4 views | 0 comments

When the U.S. declared the discovery of natural gas reserves large enough to propel the country to energy independence, property owners in West Virginia could never have imagined how that discovery might affect them. CBSN Originals and ProPublica traveled to West Virginia's "gas patch" to meet landowners Beth Crowder and David Wentz, a once-married couple who found themselves in the crosshairs of Big Gas and joined forces to fight back.

From: feeds.cbsnews.com

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