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Pennant Midstream Plant to Begin Full Operations

Sometimes here at POWER we’re pointing the finger at energy companies doing things the wrong way. It’s great then to see companies engaging in shale development the right way. Pennant Midstream is one of those companies. Their recently opened processing plant in Springfield Township, located in Mahoning County, is a prime example of responsible building. [...]

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Pennant Midstream Prepares for 2 More Processing Plants

Monday, October 21, 2013 NEW MIDDLETOWN, Ohio — Pennant Midstream LLC is preparing land for two additional processing plants at its Springfield Township site in anticipation of greater demand for natural gas liquids across the Utica shale, the company reports. Construction of Pennant’s first cryogenic processing plant is nearing completion and is expected to come [...]

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Plans for 38-mile Natural Gas Pipeline Unveiled for N.E. Ohio

A Columbia Gas sister company released plans yesterday to build a 38-mile pipeline that will transport natural gas liquids from Ohio’s Utica shale. Pennant Midstream said the pipeline will connect the Hickory Bend processing plant in Mahoning County to the Utica East Ohio Kensington plant in Columbiana County. It will cost about $60 million and [...]

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Energy Execs Still Hopeful About About Utica’s Northern Tier

Saturday, September 14, 2013 By Dan O’Brien YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — Top executives in the oil and gas industry say while the southern tier of eastern Ohio’s Utica shale appears to be the most lucrative and drawing the most attention from producers, it doesn’t mean the northern portion of the play – Mahoning and Trumbull counties, [...]

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Next Pipeline Phase Begins for Hickory Bend Project

Pennant Midstream consummates all that is good and right with the shale gas/oil energy companies. This midstream company, a joint venture between NiSource and Hilcorp Energy, includes the community in the building of its projects. They utilize the local labor pool and use local contractors. Unlike bad actors such as Chesapeake Energy and Access Midstream [...]

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Shale Industry Energizes Building Trades Unions

Saturday, June 01, 2013 By Dan O’Brien YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — Local building tradesmen expect a busy season this summer as extensive construction on oil and gas pipeline networks and a new cryogenic plant in Springfield Township get under way. Carpenters, pipe fitters, electricians, laborers, operating engineers, cement masons – to some extent all will benefit [...]

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