More processing, fractionation planned for Marcellus, Utica shales

02/06/2012
MarkWest Energy Partners LP, Denver, will add more than 600 MMcfd of processing capacity for the Marcellus and Utica shales, as well as 140,000 b/d of fractionation, the company reported. Once complete, it will operate about 2.3 bcfd of processing and nearly 300,000 b/d of fractionation for Northeast US shale plays, it said, including the Huron, Marcellus, and Utica. Plant expansion For Marcellus producers, additional processing will include a 400-MMcfd expansion of MarkWest's Majorsville, Pa., processing plant, bringing total cryogenic processing there to 670 MMcfd. The expansion includes two, 200-MMcfd trains expected to come online in 2013 and supported by long-term agreements with Con...
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