Infrastructure: The key to Marcellus growth

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09 August 2013

Infrastructure: The key to Marcellus growth

Report summary

The Marcellus is the most prolific play in North America, with continued strong improvement in well performance and drilling productivity. Previously, Northeast production was both limited in volume and in terminal decline, so the continued Marcellus growth has required major infrastructure investment. Since January 2012, 13 significant pipeline projects totaling 2.6 bcfd of takeaway capacity have come online in the Northeast, facilitating 4.5 bcfd of production growth during that period....

Table of contents

  • Executive Summary
  • Marcellus growth trends
    • Southwest Pennsylvania and West Virginia
    • Northeast Pennsylvania
  • Spring 2013
    • Winter 2013-'14 and beyond
      • Northeast Pennsylvania & New York
      • Southwest Pennsylvania & West Virginia
      • Other markets
    • Supply and basis implications for 2014: Tight capacity and volatile prices

Tables and charts

This report includes 10 images and tables including:

  • Chart 1. Marcellus production volumes vs. take-away capacity and well backlog levels
  • Chart 2. Marcellus production by area
  • Chart 3. 2012 Production by county (top 10 counties)
  • Figure 1. Cumulative production from Marcellus shale wells
  • Figure 2. Pipeline expansions in 2012-'13
  • Table 1. Pipeline expansions in 2012-'13
  • Chart 4. Net Imports to the US at Niagara
  • Chart 5. Transco Zone 6 (NY) outlook
  • Figure 3. Pipeline Expansions in 2013-'14
  • Table 2. Pipeline Expansions in 2013-'14

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