July 2014, Vol. 241, No. 7

Features

Marcellus Influencing Shifts In Pipeline Activity

Vast production growth in the northeastern United States is significantly altering the pipeline flow throughout much of the continent, according to a recent Moody’s Investors Service report. Moody’s cited an increasing number of open seasons that have resulted in committed projects that are directly related to the Marcellus Shale play for the resurgence, where production has risen from 1.2 Bcf/d in 2007 to 14.8 Bcf/d with Energy Information Administration (EIA) estimates for 2020 approaching 25 Bcf/d. The new projects, to a large extent, involve reversing flow direction or the shipping of liquids rather than gas, in response to growing demand from gas-fired power pl

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