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Northeast pipeline build-out: the ripple effect on Rockies gas


Northeast pipeline build-out: the ripple effect on Rockies gas

Report summary

Starting this summer, some of the severe infrastructure constraints in the Northeast will be alleviated as several large Northeast takeaway projects come online, targeting the Midwest markets. The westbound takeaway projects, such as REX East-to-West and Uniontown to Gas City, will help debottleneck Marcellus and Utica supplies, satiating Midwest demand and displacing more costly supplies from the Rockies, Canada, the Midcontinent and the Gulf Coast.

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  • Marcellus/Utica production accelerates with takeaway capacity buildout
  • Despite REX Reversal, Rockies increase gas flows eastward year-over-year
  • Rockies gas will still be the key supplier east of Moultrie, IL
  • Southern California primary outlet for Rockies supplies in the West
    • Rockies backfill San Juan production declines in SoCal and compete with Canada in the PNW and NoCal
  • Utilization rates of westbound Rockies pipelines suggest Kern River will near capacity limits
  • Conclusions

In this report there are 9 tables or charts, including:

  • Marcellus/Utica production accelerates with takeaway capacity buildout
    • Supply growth keeps pace with demand, holding down recovery in Henry Hub pricing
  • Despite REX Reversal, Rockies increase gas flows eastward year-over-year
    • Northeast pipeline build-out: the ripple effect on Rockies gas: Image 2
  • Rockies gas will still be the key supplier east of Moultrie, IL
    • Northeast pipeline build-out: the ripple effect on Rockies gas: Image 3
    • Northeast pipeline build-out: the ripple effect on Rockies gas: Image 4
    • Northeast pipeline build-out: the ripple effect on Rockies gas: Image 5
    • Northeast pipeline build-out: the ripple effect on Rockies gas: Image 6
  • Southern California primary outlet for Rockies supplies in the West
    • Northeast pipeline build-out: the ripple effect on Rockies gas: Image 7
  • Utilization rates of westbound Rockies pipelines suggest Kern River will near capacity limits
    • Kern River fills first, producers then increase reliance on TransColorado and NWPL
    • Northeast pipeline build-out: the ripple effect on Rockies gas: Image 9
  • Conclusions
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