Midstream Company Solves Flow Measurement Issues

October 2017, Vol. 244, No. 10

By Jack Sine, Contributing Editor

When Mike Heckl was a director of operations for Crestwood Midstream, the company established itself in the West Virginia Appalachian Basin by purchasing an area of development from a major upstream firm with a large acreage in the Ohio and West Virginia Marcellus/Utica Shale fields. They had already installed about 45 miles of pipe at this location with several dozen well pads flowing natural gas. They were not a midstream company, so Crestwood purchased the right to transport the gas for that particular area. Limited Measurement Available The upstream company had built this pipeline knowing…

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