Speaking at the Marcellus-Utica Midstream Conference, The Williams Cos. said export demands will fuel need for additional supply growth through 2028.
Untapped gas markets in New York and New England loom just out of reach, thanks to state regulators.
The midstream faces crosscurrents as it pursues capital for the needed buildout to serve producers.
These midstream executives share their visions for Appalachia’s future.
This senior executive outlines what he sees happening in midstream infrastructure as the sector enters a new decade.
Three Appalachian E&P firms talk about what their needs to fully develop the Marcellus and Utica.
The nation’s working gas in storage numbers have been all over the place in the past year, from a new five-year low last winter to the high side of average this summer.
Wall Street may ignore the sector, so where will necessary capital come from?
What does the future hold for Appalachian natural gas? The region has emerged as one of the world’s top gas-producing provinces, yet challenges loom to the full economic development of the Marcellus and Utica.