November 2017, Vol. 244, No. 11


Marcellus-Utica – Planet Earth’s Natural Gas Mecca

Even a casual reader of the North American oil and natural gas industry publications would be well aware of the important role a large swatch of Pennsylvania, West Virginia and eastern Ohio plays in the energy future of not only North America but the world. Part of that awareness is sparked by the repeated reports in the trade press of industry players and observers all urging fast and steady approval for new infrastructure to process and transport a growing treasure trove of natural gas that appears boundless. Prospects have created the nation’s largest gas producer and potentially the world’s largest-ever basin. As fall was coming in 2017, it was not clear how much progress on this build

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