July 2010 Vol. 237 No. 7

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Inergy Midstream Carving Gas Storage Niche In Marcellus

As we all know by now, it’s the midstream sector of the natural gas industry that is driving forward much of the activity in America’s energy sector, fed by the tax advantages offered through master limited partnerships. They come in all sizes, shapes and mixtures of businesses, which can often change on a moment’s notice or at an executive’s whim. Today one of the most active midstream players is Inergy Midstream, LLC, a subsidiary of Inergy L.P. headquartered in Kansas City, MO. Inergy boasts of having the largest independent natural gas and LPG storage operations in the Northeast and also owns a unique solution mining and evaporative salt production co

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