With over 9 Bcf/d of new pipeline projects proposed to evacuate natural gas production out of the Northeast, and new projects seemingly announced weekly, one
Month: July 2014
Back in 2008, Appalachian production was only 2 Bcf/d and on a typical day the Northeast relied on inbound flows of approximately 15 Bcf/d on
It is no secret that as North American oil production has surged from 5.5 MMb/d in early 2011 to over 8.6 MMb/d today, certain unconventional
Over the past three years production growth out of the Marcellus and associated gas produced from liquids drilling offset declining dry gas production out of
The rapid rise in horizontal drilling since 2005 combined with a lack of existing oil & gas infrastructure led to the flaring of 300-400 MMcf/d of rich
Rockies gas production has been in overall decline since operators discovered the Haynesville & Marcellus Shales which have driven down North American natural gas prices.
Ergon, Inc announced plans yesterday to develop 10,000 B/d of condensate stabilization at its Marietta, OH river terminal with operations beginning in 4Q2014. In addtion to