"Natural Gas Fields Have Provided a Fount of Cash for Texas Cities"

"The Lone Star state is several years ahead of Pennsylvania when it comes to deep natural gas drilling." So the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette went to Texas to see what might be in store, especially as densely settled suburban areas are drilled. For some, such as homeowners, it has meant economic loss; but for drillers, it has meant fortunes.

Bill Toland reports for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette March 7, 2011, in the second part of a two-part series.


PART ONE:

"Deep in the Heart of the Gas Drilling Controversy: What Have Texans Learned?" (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 03/08/2011