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Topic - Eric Jarvis
"I think that you're going to see at least another 10- or 15-year boom," said Eric Jarvis, a manager with Aggreko LLC, a power generation and temperature-control company that rents equipment to drilling firms and other businesses.
"I think it's very hard to argue with the idea of communities creating wealth of their own," he said, referring to the small communities outside Pittsburgh and elsewhere in Pennsylvania, some of which have transformed from near ghost towns to vibrant hubs.