Flow Data Shows Marcellus/Utica Production Breaking New Records

Natural gas production in 2017 has taken off like a rocket ship. We began the year producing 71 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) of natgas in the Lower 48 states. Today? We’re producing almost 76 Bcf/d! While there are several factors in why there is so much new production this year, there is clearly one main factor: the Marcellus/Utica. The ace analysts at RBN Energy have just posted an insightful look into where and how this extra gas is being produced–by using pipeline flow data. RBN concludes there is about 2 Bcf/d of extra gas in the northeast–over and above demand for the gas. That extra gas either has to find a storage facility, or find a way to a new market. Thing is, we’re not done growing production here in Appalachia. Below is an in-depth look at Marcellus/Utica natural gas production, production that’s breaking records…

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