Please read these samples of the media coverage from the Summer Meeting.

From the West Virginia News:
The opening of the Independent Oil and Gas Association of West Virginia’s summer meeting early Monday continued the organization’s push to promote what current President Marc Monteleone said are great opportunities in the natural gas and oil industry in the state.  Read more…

From the Gilmer Free Press and Metro News:
The incoming president of the Independent Oil and Gas Association of West Virginia doesn’t like what is ahead for natural gas prices. “This year’s not too bad actually,” said Brett Loflin, vice president of the Independent Oil and Gas Association of West Virginia. “It’s when you look at futures prices, we’re not seeing the prices farther out — like in 2020, 2021 — they’re just not looking that good.” On Monday, Loflin talked with MetroNews from The Greenbrier Resort where IOGA’s 2018 Summer Meeting runs through Tuesday. Read more…

From the West Virginia Daily News:
Including Senator Joe Manchin, WV Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Secretary Austin Caperton, and video messages from Senator Shelley Moore Capito, West Virginia 2nd District Representative David McKinley, and industry speakers Mike Dragovich of BrickStreet Insurance and Shawn Tolle of TransCanada, the future of the oil and gas industry in West Virginia was the prime topic for conversation.  Read more…

Hosted in the Eisenhower Room of The Greenbrier, the 43rd Annual Summer Meeting of the Independent Oil and Gas Association (IOGA) hosted its second day of guest speakers on Tuesday, August 7, featuring West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey.  Read more…

Reporters from WVVA TV and Politico covered the event, as well.