One day before the start of the Governor's Energy Summit in Ohio, the Ohio Oil and Gas Association's education arm issued an economic impact study prepared by Kleinhenz & Associates.  The study reports that oil and gas industry activities could generate more than 200,000 jobs in Ohio by 2015.  Although at least one economist feels the jobs number is too high, an article in the Columbus Dispatch accurately noted that "the numbers would be substantial even if they fell far short of the forecast."