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New analysis of potential jobs and state revenue following a Pennsylvania severance tax on natural gas extraction
  • Reed Smith LLP
  • USA
  • September 15 2010

A recent report from researchers at the Pennsylvania State University indicates that, athough a state severance tax on natural gas extraction would have negative economic consequences on gas production companies, the overall benefit of state and local spending of revenue from the tax could increase population in the state by 1,300 people, add 1,400 new workers, and boost business sales by $80 million as well as personal income by $20 million