When Ken Currie returned to West Virginia University in 2014 to lead the Department
of Industrial and Management Systems Engineering, he put those skills to work,
realizing that he had a long road ahead of him. How much he would accomplish
in two short years has surprised everyone, including him.
West Virginia University has joined a national effort to turn natural gas into
valuable products and do it at the well. This serves a real-world need for
many production locations in the Marcellus Shale, especially those in West
Virginia, where some shale gas resources are stranded without pipeline infrastructure,
affecting access and price.
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