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McPherson, Kan. — After years of playing defense, the oil and natural gas industry is going on offense.
J.L. White, director of communications for Kansas Strong - the Kansas Oil and Natural Gas Resource Fund, said since research and public education began in 2009, public perception of the oil and natural gas industry has improved 49 percent among Kansans.
That’s a significant boost for an industry that has been plagued by natural disasters, ballooning executive profits and a poor public image.