Louis D’Amico, president and executive director of the Pennsylvania Independent Oil & Gas Association, said the moratorium struck a blow against an industry that’s already returned more than $700 million in revenue to the state in the last seven years. “This is a lose-lose for Pennsylvania’s taxpayers and energy consumers,” he said in a statement Thursday. His comments follow a decision from state Gov. Tom Wolf to reinstate a moratorium on oil and gas leases in state parks and forests. A ban was enacted in 2010 by Gov. Ed Rendell , but modified last year by Gov. Tom Corbett to allow drillers to explore for oil or gas so long as it didn’t interfere with land integrity. Wolf said the decision was about striking a balance to economic vitality and preservation. […]