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  1. MarkWest starts Marcellus, Utica cryogenic plants

    MarkWest Energy Partners LP, Denver, has begun operations at two new cryogenic gas processing plants serving shale production in the Marcellus and Utica plays in West Virginia and Ohio. In the Marcellus, the company has started up Majorsville V, a 200-MMcfd plant at the complex in Marshall County, W.Va. The new plant supports rich-gas production from Chesapeake Energy Corp. and Statoil ASA and increases total processing capacity at Majorsville to 670 MMcfd (OGJ Online, Sept. 16, 2009). In the Utica shale, MarkWest Utica EMG LLC, a joint venture of MarkWest and Energy & Minerals Group (EMG), has started up its first cryogenic gas processing plant at the Seneca complex in Noble County, Ohio. Plans MarkWest continues to expand midstream operations throughout the Northeast and currently has 21 major processing and fractionation projects under construction, said the company in a wrap-up of its recent activity and plans. These projects are occurring at eight large complexes in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia and will increase MarkWest's total processing capacity to more than 4 bcfd and total fractionation capacity to nearly 300,000 b/d by yearend 2014. At Majorsville, MarkWest said it expects to complete an additional 200-MMcfd plant during first-quarter 2014 and will bring on a sixth plant there in early 2016. Completing these plants will bring the complex to more than 1 bcfd of capacity. Also, over the next month, MarkWest will bring online at Majorsville its second large de-ethanizer in the Marcellus, doubling the company's purity ethane fractionation capacity to 78,000 b/d in the play. Ethane produced at the new Majorsville fractionation plant will initially be delivered into the Mariner West pipeline and, later, to the ATEX and Mariner East pipeline projects (OGJ Online, Aug. 9, 2013). In Ohio, the 200-MMcfd Seneca I plant will be followed by a second 200-MMcfd plant by yearend and a third 200-MMcfd plant by second-quarter 2014 (OGJ Online, May 31, 2013). The Seneca complex is MarkWest Utica EMG's second major processing complex in the Utica. By yearend 2014, total processing capacity in Ohio will reach almost 1 bcfd. The Seneca complex is supported by long-term, fee-based contracts with several producers, the companies said. Antero Resources Corp. will anchor the complex, and it will also support rich-gas development by Gulfport Energy Corp., Rex Energy Corp., PDC Energy Inc., Consol Energy Inc., and others. The Seneca complex is connected to MarkWest Utica EMG's Cadiz complex in Harrison County, Ohio, by a high-pressure, rich-gas header system.

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    Mon, 18 Nov 2013

  2. Eagle Rock to add cryogenic processing in Texas Panhandle

    Eagle Rock Energy Partners LP will deploy a currently idle high-efficiency cryogenic plant to its operations in the Texas Panhandle to increase efficiency and accommodate volume growth from the Granite Wash play, the company has announced.

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    Tue, 16 Feb 2010

  3. Enbridge to build cryogenic plant in Texas Panhandle

    Enbridge Energy Partners LP, Houston, will add a cryogenic gas processing plant on its Anadarko natural gas gathering system in the Texas Panhandle, the company reported.

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    Mon, 12 Apr 2010

  4. Contract let for Camisea cryogenic gas processing plant

    Pluspetrol Peru Corp. SA, operator of Peru’s Camisea natural gas project, has hired CB&I, Houston, to supply a cryogenic natural gas processing plant in Malvinas as part of an expansion of the project.

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    Fri, 5 Mar 2010

  1. Eagle Rock to install cryogenic plant in Granite Wash

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    Mon, 1 Aug 2011

  2. DCP Midstream and DCP Midstream Partners plan to build a cryogenic plant to provide gas processing services for producers in the liquids-rich Eagle Ford shale of South Texas

    DCP Midstream LLC and DCP Midstream Partners LP plan to build a cryogenic plant to provide natural gas processing services for producers in the liquids-rich Eagle Ford shale of South Texas.

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    Tue, 11 Dec 2012

  3. Cryogenic gas sweetening pilot planned

    Cool Energy Pty. Ltd., a private company in Perth, plans to test a cryogenic natural gas sweetening process at a pilot plant int a gas field in Western Australia's Perth basin.

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    Thu, 24 Feb 2005

  4. ExxonMobil awards cryogenic system, hydrogen pipeline

    ExxonMobil Corp. awarded a turnkey contract to Air Products & Chemicals Inc. of Lehigh Valley, Pa., for a cryogenic system and hydrogen pipeline at its Beaumont, Tex., refining and petrochemical complex.

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    Wed, 21 Jun 2000

  5. Teak Midstream has begun operation of more than 250 miles of natural gas gathering and residue delivery pipelines and its adjoining 200 MMcfd Silver Oak cryogenic gas processing plant in South Texas

    Teak Midstream LLC has begun operation of more than 250 miles of natural gas gathering and residue delivery pipelines and its adjoining 200 MMcfd Silver Oak cryogenic gas processing plant in South Texas, serving gas producers in the Eagle Ford shale and surrounding area.

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    Tue, 27 Nov 2012

  6. JV awards contract for Louisiana cryogenic gas processing train

    A joint venture of Enterprise Products Partners LP and Marathon Oil Co. let a lump-sum, turnkey contract to Technip-Coflexip for a cryogenic gas processing train.

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    Tue, 10 Sep 2002

  7. Marcellus cryogenic plant starts up in West Virginia

    Another Marcellus gas processing plant has been started up near Cameron, W.Va.

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    Wed, 26 Jan 2011

  8. Enterprise, Oxy to build Delaware basin gas plant

    Enterprise Products Partners LP (EPP) and an affiliate of Occidental Petroleum Corp., both of Houston, will develop a 150-MMcfd cryogenic natural gas processing plant to handle growing rich-gas production in the Delaware basin, EEP reported.

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    Thu, 30 Apr 2015

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