Southwestern Sells Pipeline Gathering System in NEPA for $500M

Yesterday Southwestern Energy announced they’ve struck a deal to sell their local gathering pipeline network in Bradford and Lycoming counties in northeastern Pennsylvania for $500 million to the Texas-based Howard Midstream Energy Partners. From what we can tell, this is Howard’s first foray into the Marcellus–so welcome! The pipeline network includes approximately 100 miles of natgas gathering lines with ~600 million cubic feet per day of capacity. Southwestern plans to use the half bil to pay down a loan coming due in December 2016. Howard Energy says, in their version of the announcement, that they also have a handshake deal with Southwestern to construct and operate a new gathering system for Southwestern in Tioga County, PA…

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