May 2010 Vol. 237 No. 5

Features

From Drake To The Marcellus Shale Gas Play-- Midstream Developments

Editor’s note: This is part 3 of a series on the Marcellus Shale Play by Derek Weber. See part 1 on Marcellus transmission and part 2 on distribution. The major drivers of midstream infrastructure buildout in the region are learning to read the Marcellus. Just what makes the Marcellus play different aside from its scale? Recognizing the indigenous challenges that are unique to this play and developing the solutions to overcome them are going to be paramount. Existing gas pipelines in the region currently include those built and operated by NiSource/Columbia Gas Transmission, Spectra/Texas Eastern Transmission, Tennessee Gas Pipeline 300 Line, Dominion Transmission pipeli

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