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Billions Spent for Natural Gas Processing Infrastructure

February 26, 2014   By CASEY JUNKINS – For The Times Leader , Times Leader MOUNDSVILLE – Throughout the Upper Ohio Valley, Williams Energy, MarkWest Energy, Blue Racer Midstream and M3 Midstream have already committed to build more than $9 billion worth of Marcellus and Utica shale natural gas processing infrastructure. And at least that [...]

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Marathon Petroleum $140M Cornerstone Pipeline

Marathon Petroleum Corp. plans to spend an estimated $140 million on a new pipeline that will connect its refinery in Canton to an oil and natural gas processing facility in the Utica shale play. The 48-mile Cornerstone Pipeline, expected to be completed in 2016, will connect the refinery with a processing plant in Cadiz operated [...]

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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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Ashtabula County Will Receive Texas-size Shale Boost

Pinto Energy hooks up with Columbus firm for $300 million processing plant   By DAN SHINGLER 4:30 am, October 6, 2013     Ashtabula is about to benefit from the Utica shale boom, as a Texas energy company and a technology firm from Columbus plan to build a gas-to-liquids processing plant in the city. Houston-based [...]

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Foundation Being Laid for Utica Shale Play

Development of the Utica Shale play has kept Harrison County a hub of activity in recent weeks with completion of MarkWest’s cryogenic plant in Cadiz and construction of a road to link the M3 Midstream natural gas processing plant in Scio with state Route 151. MarkWest’s cryogenic plant, which has a processing capacity of 125 [...]

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Valley Faces Worker Shortage Amid Glut of New Jobs

YOUNGSTOWN Managers at the Laborers’ International Union Local 125 on Market Street have a problem: They anticipate a rush of work in the coming months but fear a shortage of workers to meet that demand. The union, one of 23 such locals statewide, helps union contractors by providing the necessary laborers that help get a [...]

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Pipeline Projects Coming Along Slowly

YOUNGSTOWN Oil and gas infrastructure projects announced throughout the region in the past six months have been slow to materialize, as midstream companies continue finalizing their plans for the billions expected to be spent on them. Since September, several projects have been announced for Northeast and Southeast Ohio, with the companies detailing when those projects [...]

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‘Cooling’ Plant Work Begins in Noble County

CALDWELL — Excavation work is reportedly taking place at the site of a proposed “wet” gas cooling plant in eastern Noble County. And a preliminary legal document to purchase the property has been filed in the county recorder’s office. Noble County commissioners heard from a project engineer with MarkWest Energy Partners recently, and received schematics [...]

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Natural Gas Processing Facility Planned

YOUNGSTOWN – The construction industry can expect another local boom with the announcement of a second cryogenic gas-processing plant in the Mahoning Valley. Hilcorp and NiSource are partnering on an estimated $300 million investment to build pipeline and a natural-gas processing plant in eastern Mahoning County.

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Processing Plants, Pipelines Worth $7 Billion coming to Ohio

An astronomical amount of money is and will be poured into Ohio to get the gas and oil underground to market. This means a whole lot of jobs to build and construct this infrastructure. P.O.W.E.R. will be watching the work trying to make sure it is done by the people living here and it is [...]

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