WV Prof. Engineers Likely Need Contractor License to Keep Working

If you’re a professional engineer (PE) working in the Marcellus/Utica Shale in West Virginia, listen up. You may (probably will) be required to become a licensed contractor in the State of West Virginia. It’s a bit convoluted under what circumstance you do and do not need a contractor’s license. This is how law firm Steptoe & Johnson (who just won the “Law Firm of the Year” award at the Oil & Gas Awards for the Northeast, congrats!) explains it…

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