Since taking over from a Republican administration this year, Democratic Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf repeatedly has said he supports the state’s booming shale gas industry. But lately, the industry hasn’t been sure he really does. State regulators, who have begun reviewing dozens of environmental cases the previous administration didn’t take action on, recently imposed an $8.9 million fine for a gas well they said is contaminating drinking water—the largest ever against a gas operator in state history. The state is also proposing a raft of stricter drilling rules to prevent wastewater from contaminating drinking water sources. And industry officials are upset that the Wolf administration earlier this month slashed its estimate of Pennsylvania jobs supported by the shale-gas industry to 89,000 from the previous administration’s estimate of more than 200,000. Gov. Tom Wolf, right, listens […]