Marcellus-Utica Midstream
January 24-26, 2017
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
David L. Lawrence Conv. Ctr.
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New Connections – The future is now

With an estimated 1,200+ Tcf of natural gas in place, the prolific Marcellus and Utica plays have established themselves as world-class resources that are reshaping the energy industry. Current production is some 21 Bcf/d of natural gas and 106,000 bpd of crude oil. And that's driving midstream and downstream opportunities.

New demand (and midstream infrastructure to fuel it) is growing. Vast new natural gas markets are emerging as LNG export terminals like Dominion's Cove Point come online and multi-national companies like Shell move forward on massive ethane crackers to serve clients around the world.

The Marcellus-Utica Midstream conference and exhibition brings the region's top companies together for an in-depth look at upstream and midstream activity throughout Appalachia. Get the latest production estimates, learn about midstream projects planned and underway, and hear the latest forecasts on commodity prices and CAPEX investment. Don't miss this once-a-year opportunity!

NEW Content for 2017 – Take an inside look at new markets emerging for Appalachia's bounty of natural gas.

News

WhiteWater To Build Delaware Basin NatGas Pipeline
WhiteWater Midstream said Feb. 23 it has begun construction of the Agua Blanca Pipeline, an intrastate natural gas pipeline in the Delaware Basin.The initial path of Agua Blanca will be from Orla, Texas, to the Waha Hub, servicing portions of Culberson, Loving, Pecos, Reeves and Ward counties. Agua Blanca will have multiple direct downstream connections including to the Trans-Pecos Header.Agua Blanca will initially consist of 75 miles of 36-inch diameter pipe with a capacity of 1.25 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d), expandable to 1.75 Bcf/d. The project is supported by more than 500 MMcf/d of long-term, firm volume commitments.WhiteWater said it expects to accept first volumes by fourth-quarter 2017.“Agua Blanca will provide producers and processors with a much-needed outlet for the rapidly growing natural gas volumes in the Delaware Basin. Our customers will have a direct path to multiple delivery points including the attractive, growing Mexican power market,” Christer Rundlof, WhiteWater CEO, said in a statement.

Key North American Hub Prices: Feb. 23, 2017
Key North American Hub Prices: Feb. 23, 2017