Marathon 2016 Revenue Slips, Spending $1.3B on Marcellus in 2017

Marathon Petroleum, the refiner and midstream company based in Ohio (owner of what used to be MarkWest Energy) reported their fourth quarter and full year 2016 numbers yesterday. Overall revenue was down a bit, from $2.85 billion in 2015 to $2.21 billion in 2016 due to “a challenging commodity price and margin environment.” However, Speedway gas station/convenience stores (many of which used to be Hess gas stations) had “exceptional performance” and “set multiple records for the full-year 2016.” Of particular note for MDN, Marathon plans to spend $1-$1.3 billion in 2017 on new infrastructure projects in the Marcellus region. Good news indeed! Below we have yesterday’s update, along with a PowerPoint presentation Marathon used at the recent Marcellus-Utica Midstream event in Pittsburgh. We love the slides in that presentation, full of useful information…

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