Pennant Midstream Says Hickory Bend (OH) Cryo Plant Now Ready

Good news! Pennant Midstream announced yesterday that its Hickory Bend cryogenic processing plant in Mahoning County, OH is now live and online and ready to receive “wet gas” from the Utica Shale. You may recall Gov. John “foreigner hunter” Kasich dedicated the plant back in October (see OH Gov. Kasich Dedicates Hickory Bend Plant, No Foreigners Found). However, the $375 million plant was not quite ready at that point. It is now, and the gas will start flowing soon.

The even better news is that Pennant, a joint venture between Hilcorp Energy and NiSource, is preparing to build two more plants at the same location. Each plant can handle 200 million cubic feet of raw gas per day, separating it into methane and natural gas liquids (NGLs). The NGLs are then pipelined elsewhere for further processing. Here’s yesterday’s announcement:

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