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2014 Workshops on Shale Public Finance

Dec 31, 2014 | Daniel Raimi

More than a dozen experts and local officials came to Duke University in the spring of 2014 to discuss how they handled or are still managing key fiscal issues raised by shale oil and gas development. They were joined by experts on energy policy, economics, and law from across the United States, Duke University and North Carolina to discuss the roles local government, state policy-makers and industry play in helping communities manage shale development’s fiscal implications.

2014 Workshop Presentations:

This research was carried out at the Duke University Energy Initiative with support from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.