The Key to Unlocking PA’s NatGas Reserves: Pipelines

Once the slew of approved and under-construction pipeline projects in the Marcellus/Utica region are done, the M-U region will likely go from providing 20-25% of the nation’s total natural gas production to providing one-third of the country’s total natgas production. This astonishing story of production and pipelines in the northeast is really, at its core, a story about Pennsylvania. According to a recent Reuters article, at least five pipelines capable of transporting a combined 7 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) of natgas from the PA Marcellus/Utica are scheduled to open in 2017, with five more transporting another 5 Bcf/d due for completion in 2018. Pipelines are the key to unlocking Pennsylvania’s vast natgas reserves…

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