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Noah Brenner

Houston Bureau Chief

Upstream Online

HQ Phone:  (713) 626-3113

Direct Phone: (713) ***-****direct phone

Email: n***@***.com

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Upstream Online

5151 San Felipe St Ste 1380

Houston, Texas,77056

United States

Company Description

Upstream is an award-winning global oil & gas news provider, offering a weekly edition available both digitally and in print, as well as an unparalleled round-the-clock digital news service. ...more

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Jackson Hole News & Guide


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Noah Brenner, reporter for Upstream, also has seen the flicker of that hope.
Brenner, who works out of Houston, spent time with the mayor of Lordstown and some area businessmen before traveling to Cleveland and Carroll County to get a handle on the effects of the Utica Shale drilling. ''The business community is certainly very excited,'' Brenner said of his visit to Trumbull County. Brenner said his story is expected to run Feb. 22 along with a series of stories from other Shale plays in other parts of the world. He said the story will include a slice of the lives of local residents including a look at their hopes and fears and the impact they expect from Utica.


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Yesterday Noah Brenner with the Jackson Hole News & Guide called me to get my input on the issue of the PMUD (planned mixed used development) regulation and the rate of commercial development in town.
He asked me whether I felt the rate of commercial development was excessive and whether the PMUD works well as [ ... ] [Read more ,]


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