ergy Transfer Partner’s Rover pipeline, among others.
MarkWest and EMG, together with Summit Midstream
Partners LLC, already operate the Ohio Gathering Co. LLC
joint venture consisting of hundreds of miles of low- and
high-pressure pipelines and numerous compressor stations throughout southeastern Ohio, including Harrison,
Guernsey, Belmont, Noble, and Monroe counties.
Ohio Gathering over the past year has extended its rich
gas footprint into dry gas development areas, beginning
initial operations in mid-May of a dry gas gathering system
in northern Monroe County and southern Belmont County, Ohio. It currently supports Gulfport Energy Corp. and
Rice Energy, transporting more than 150 MMcfd of dry
gas in addition to 600 MMcfd of rich gas.
MarkWest has more than 1. 3 bcfd of gas processing and
160,000 b/d of fractionation in Ohio. Ascent is one of the largest
pure-play Appalachian exploration and production companies
with about 280,000 net acres in the Utica and Marcellus shales.
Development of the new system will occur under a separate joint
venture between Mark West and EMG, which will be owned two-thirds by the former and one-third by the latter.
Mark West last month agreed to merge with MPLX LP, a master limited partnership formed by Marathon Petroleum Corp., in
a deal that will make Mark West a wholly owned subsidiary of
MPLX (OGJ Online, July 27, 2015).
ity as well. This begs the question, why the government is
standing in the way of a policy change that it itself finds will
benefit American taxpayers?”
MarkWest, EMG to develop 2-bcfd
Utica dry gas gathering system
MarkWest Energy Partners LP and The Energy & Minerals
Group (EMG) are developing a new 2-bcfd dry gas gathering system in the Utica shale. A fee-based contract with Ascent Resources– Utica LLC, a subsidiary of Ascent Resources
LLC will underpin the system, dedicating roughly 100,000
gross acres in northern Belmont and Jefferson counties,
Ohio. Growing dry gas production from Ascent’s acreage is
expected to support the system’s initial growth, but the new
system will also gather dry gas from other producers.
MarkWest estimates the system will comprise more
than 250 miles of pipeline and 200,000 hp of compression. It expects initial operation by yearend. Takeaway
options include connections to the Ohio River System, a
gathering trunkline project delivering gas to Rockies Express pipeline, Texas Eastern Transmission through its
new Ohio Pipeline Energy Network (OPEN) project, En-
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