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The Mariner East 2 pipeline is expected to be operational in early 2016.
Company expects to reach 23,000 barrels per day in Marcellus/Utica.
The pipeline will offer customers the ability to physically transport gas from the Marcellus shale to the U.S.-Canada border.
Top wells keep flowing in as play expands north and south.
Forget the rig count. It’s the production numbers that matter.
Seneca projects its fiscal 2014 capital budget for its Appalachian drilling and production operations of $460 to $520 million, compared with $428 million for fiscal 2013.
According to Flite Freimann, an attorney located in Bricker's Marietta office, the cracker plant in Wood County, W. Va. could signal a manufacturing renaissance and open the door to the petrochemical industry.
The agreement will create a local manufacturing presence and reduce delivery time and transportation costs.
In September, the company exited the Barnett shale for $268 million.
Under terms of the agreements, MarkWest will construct a fifth 200 million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d) processing facility that is expected to begin operations in the third quarter of 2014.
With decades of experience in the railroad, coal, and oil and gas industries, Rotruck will collaborate with Spilman attorneys to serve clients in the areas of government relations, natural resources, energy, environmental and public utility law.
This infographic takes a look at how the shale was formed, some of its key characteristics, and the techniques used to extract the gas.
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