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Northeast pipeline regulatory and shipper database (Q1 2017): Powering through

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Staggering supply growth in the Marcellus and Utica has caused the area to rapidly grow out of its existing infrastructure. Wood Mackenzie tracks new Northeast pipeline projects that will add a total of 20.6 bcfd capacity in the next five years. These new pipeline projects are more complex face greater public scrutiny and are affected by weaker producer balance sheets. The 2017 Q1 Northeast pipeline projects update includes: FERC application status receipt and delivery points in service date and capacity and other important metrics for Northeast pipeline projects. This includes both those projects taking Marcellus and Utica supply to market and also projects aimed to improve deliverability in New York and New England. Our estimates of shipper volumes. A schematic map of upcoming projects in both northeast Pennsylvania and the southwest Marcellus and Utica.

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    Northeast Pipeline Regulatory Timeline.xls

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    Northeast Pipeline Shipper Data.xls

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  • Wood Mackenzie outlook on new Northeast pipeline capacity in 2017-2019
  • Southwest Marcellus and Utica project map
  • Northeast Pennsylvania project map

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