The status of the proposed Appalachian Storage and Trade Hub, as well as the oil and gas industry in general, was a primary topic Wednesday at the 2019 winter meeting of the Independent Oil & Gas Association of West Virginia.
IOGAWV President Brett Loflin said the two-day conference likely set a record in terms of the number of attendees, who heard presentations on topics ranging from technology to new businesses coming to the state.
“We’re very excited about the future of the industry in this state,” Loflin said. “The Appalachian Storage Hub, I think, has limitless possibilities. I really do think the oil and natural gas industry is the best hope for West Virginia.”