Supporting Data - Drilling for Jobs: What the Marcellus Shale could mean for New York
The below are all Microsoft Excel files.
III. The Importance of Developing Natural Gas Resources
- Chart 1: New York natural gas delivered to consumers (in millions of cubic feet), 2005 – 2009
- Chart 2: U.S. Gas Supply
- Chart 3: OECD natural gas production by country, 1990 - 2035
V. Recent Activity in Pennsylvania and New York
VI. Economic Impact of the Marcellus in Pennsylvania
- Chart 5, which includes: Annual average employment in Oil and Gas Extraction, 2006 – 2010; Pennsylvania, Average weekly pay in Oil and Gas Extraction, 2006 2006 – 2010; New York, Average weekly pay in Oil and Gas Extraction, 2006 – 2010
- Chart 6: Pennsylvania Corporate Net Income Tax
VIII. Marcellus Shale Drilling: Effects on the County Level
- Chart 7: Unemployment rate, Bradford County vs. Pennsylvania, 2001 – 2010
- Chart 8: (please see fourth tab, which encompasses the data for all of the following charts): Private sector employment growth, Bradford (PA) and Tioga (NY), Sept. ’06 – Sept. ’10; New York private sector employment growth, select counties, Sept. ’09 – Sept. ’10; Pennsylvania private sector employment growth, select counties, Sept. ’09 – Sept. ’10.
IX. Economic Development with and without a Moratorium
- Chart 9: Long-Term Industry Projections in select Marcellus Shale-related industries, NY and PA, 2008 - 2018