Burghdiaspora.Blogspot.Com: Domain DB Profile

This profile page summarizes all known activity of the domain Burghdiaspora.Blogspot.Com related to Natural Gas. This domain may have published content supporting this topic, against it, or in a separate context: this biographical entry simply demarks this domain as having published content suggesting contextual association with Natural Gas.

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All Media Count   5
News Count (W/Clustered)   0 (0.00%)
Distinct Stories   0
Blog Count   4 (80.00%)
Tweet Count   0 (0.00%)
Shared Tweet Count   0
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   1.68
Combined Polarization   8.12
Combined Activity   0.63
Combined Personalization   0.63
News Tone   0
Blog Tone   1.68
Tweet Tone   0
First Seen   9/6/2012
Last Seen   2/17/2013
News/Social Ratio  0.00%
Attention/Loyalty  4 / 2953 days (0.14%)
Domain Type   Blog
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Tom Corbett   40.00% (2)
Kathryn Klaber   40.00% (2)
Marc Levinson   20.00% (1)
Mike Narcavage   20.00% (1)
Gordon Denlinger   20.00% (1)

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Marcellus Shale Coalition   60.00% (3)
Environmental Protection Agency   20.00% (1)
Energy Transfer Partner   20.00% (1)
Public Research Universities   20.00% (1)
Princeton University   20.00% (1)

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Mckinney, Kentucky, United States   20.00% (1)
Fisher, Texas, United States   20.00% (1)
Kremlin, Moskva, Russia   20.00% (1)
Washington, District Of Columbia, United States   20.00% (1)
Westmoreland, Virginia, United States   20.00% (1)

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Burghdiaspora.Blogspot.Com   80.00% (4)

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Blog Posts

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Burgh Diaspora - Economic Development From Geographic Mobility

...... Belt not because of cheap labor overseas, but because federal Environmental Protection Agency regulations for factory emissions became so strict that the only way to meet them was to use natural gas. But because natural gas was too expensive in the United States and energy was cheap overseas at that time, away those manufacturing jobs went. We've entered Tin Foil Hat territory. How does ......

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Tone: -1.03%
Pol: 8.62%
Act: 24.60%
Per: 0.92%
Que: 3.70%
Exc: 0.00%

Burgh Diaspora - Economic Development From Geographic Mobility

...... Shale Coalition (MSC) play both sides of this fence. Pennsylvania residents should allow drilling so young adults won't have to leave in search of work. Spin from last year: With natural gas prices slightly more than half of what they were a year ago and drilling rigs moving out of the state to more lucrative plays, the Marcellus Shale Coalition is touting job growth for Pennsylvanians. ......

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Tone: 0.62%
Pol: 8.02%
Act: 21.85%
Per: 0.62%
Que: 6.00%
Exc: 2.00%

Burgh Diaspora - Economic Development From Geographic Mobility

...... This week, Kathryn Klaber (Marcellus Shale Coalition) is pitching Pennsylvania's shale gas revolution to Philadelphia: Today, thanks to the tightly regulated development of American natural gas, our region's economy is on the upswing. ... ... Philadelphia's refinery sites are experiencing new life that few could have predicted just a few years ago - buoyed by abundant supplies of natural gas, ......

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Tone: 3.95%
Pol: 9.12%
Act: 22.18%
Per: 0.68%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Burgh Diaspora - Economic Development From Geographic Mobility

...... Business at the iron and steel foundries in Kentucky and Ohio is soaring. Automakers are ordering more steel. Steel pipe and steel construction equipment are needed to tap the deep natural gas-saturated shales of Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. General Electric has an $800 million program in Louisville, Ky., to retrofit buildings to make new types of appliances. The company said it ......

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Tone: 3.20%
Pol: 6.72%
Act: 21.44%
Per: 0.32%
Que: 0.00%
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