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New Economic Impact Report Finds Hydraulic Fracturing Ban Would Cost City of Denton Millions of Dollars

A hydraulic fracturing ban in Denton would cost the city and the state of Texas hundreds of millions of dollars in lost gross product, according to a recent economic study by The Perryman Group.

The study analyzed the effects on the economy and tax revenue to local entities and the state if hydraulic fracturing was banned in Denton.�

�The economic impact of a hydraulic fracturing ban in the city of Denton would be extremely detrimental,� said Texas economist Ray Perryman, who just completed a new study for the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce.

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Barnett shale
Are there other consequences of the proposed hydraulic fracturing ban in Denton, Texas?
On top of costing the city millions of dollars, learn about other consequences of the ban.

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Natural Gas
Don't know what to believe about oil and gas industry regulation?
Find out how documentaries like "Gasland" spread a false message, and learn the truth about industry regulation.

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Natural Gas
How big of a role does natural gas play in America's manufacturing industry?
You might be surprised to discover just how many common products are made using natural gas.

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