MarkWest, Gulfport gear up Utica shale operations

12/03/2012
MarkWest Utica EMG LLC has started up the 60 MMcfd Cadiz refrigeration plant in Harrison County, Ohio, supported by production from two Utica shale wells operated by Gulfport Energy Corp., Oklahoma City. Meanwhile, Gulfport reported strong gas and liquids flows from another Utica well that it hopes to connect to sales by the end of January 2013. Gulfport said its Wagner 1-28H well and Boy Scout 1-33H wells in Harrison County are feeding the Cadiz plant. Wagner 1-28H had 28 frac stages in an 8,143-ft horizontal leg, and Boy Scout 1-33H had 22 frac stages in a 7,974-ft lateral. MarkWest Utica said its partnership with Gulfport includes the development of extensive midstream infrastructure i...
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