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EEIA represents the vast community of thousands of locally-based contractor, equipment, materials and service businesses that support shale gas and oil operations. They grow their businesses, provide highly skilled new workers locally for good-paying jobs, and pay taxes in their communities - because of the greatly increased new work from the shale energy boom. These people and firms, and the organizations they belong to, are our members. Here are some of the wide range of products and services they provide to support shale oil and gas exploration, production, transportation and processing.

Construction Companies

   Drill site development and access infrastructure
   Highway and heavy construction
   Pipeline construction and maintenance
   Energy facility engineering and construction

Equipment Manufacturers, Dealers and Rental Companies

   Trenching, boring and directional drilling
   Pipeline equipment
   Cranes and material handling
   Engines and power systems
   Trucks, truck bodies and truck equipment
   Utility equipment
   Gas compression
   Pumping equipment
   Flow measurement and control components and systems

Materials and Supplies Companies

   Steel pipe, tubes and fabricated products
   Frack sand
   Ready mix concrete and aggregates
   Hoses and fittings
   Storage tanks

Service Firms

   Well services
   Water treatment and management
   Land, permitting and right-of-way

Logistics Providers

   Trucking Companies
   Pipeline Operators
   Water transportation

Information Technology

   Computer Equipment
   Computer Software
   Computer Services

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All Forms of Energy

State-based Regulation

Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Exports

Tax Policy

Streamline Pipeline Permitting

Access to Offshore Resources

Access to Energy Resources on Federal Lands

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