October 2017, Vol. 244, No. 10

TechNotes

Midstream Company Solves Flow Measurement Issues

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 it would be sold to a midstream operator. It contained few extra features as the operator’s bigges

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