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Utica production surged in last two years: EIA

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Stephanie Ritenbaugh | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette A new federal report shows that production in the Utica Shale play has surged in the last two years. Utica production has increased from 155 million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d) in January 2012 to an estimated 1.3 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) in September 2014, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s monthly ...

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Ohio’s Utica shale hits 1,000 well mark

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Shane Thielges | Shale Plays Media Ohio’s Utica shale has passed the 1,000 well milestone as of Saturday. The state Department of Natural Resources revealed today that Ohio has 1,004 natural gas wells listed as drilling, drilled or producing, reports the Canton Rep. Carroll County has the highest concentration of wells at 363, with 240 of those currently producing. In ...

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Austrian company to buy ethane from southeast Ohio

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Akron Beacon Journal Staff Report Ethane from Ohio’s Utica shale soon will be headed to Europe. Borealis AG, an Austrian petrochemical company controlled by Abu Dhabi, signed a long-term ethane supply contract with Colorado-based Antero Resources to ship U.S. ethane to its plant in Sweden. Antero has significant holdings in the Utica shale in southeastern Ohio and the Marcellus shale ...

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Antero Resources reports surging production from Utica shale region

Bob Downing | Akron Beacon Journal Colorado-based Antero Resources has agreed to sell a portion of its Utica shale natural gas for foreign export from the Gulf Coast. The company intends to sell up to 200 million cubic feet per day to Texas-based Cheniere Energy Inc. to be turned into liquefied natural gas for shipment by tankers to overseas destinations. ...

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Regency, American Energy form partnership in Ohio’s Utica Shale

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Stephanie Ritenbaugh | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Dallas-based midstream company Regency Energy Partners is partnering with American Energy-Midstream on a pipeline project in the Utica Shale. In addition, Regency and a drilling arm of American Energy called American Energy- Utica (AEU), also struck a deal for natural gas gathering in eastern Ohio, Regency announced Thursday. Total project costs are expected to be ...

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MarkWest plans to add more processing capacity in the Marcellus, Utica

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Stephanie Ritenbaugh | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette MarkWest Energy Partners is further expanding its processing capacity in the Marcellus and Utica shale plays, the Denver-based midstream company said Wednesday. In the Marcellus, MarkWest will construct a seventh 200 million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d) processing plant at its Sherwood complex in Doddridge County, W.Va., at the request of Antero Resources Corp., a ...

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Utica production soaring for Chesapeake

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Shane Thielges | Shale Plays Media Chesapeake Energy reported lucrative production gains on its Utica shale properties today as part of its second-quarter earnings report. Oil and gas production rose 373 over the same time period last year, and 34 percent over the previous quarter, reports Shane Hoover of CantonRep.com. That sets Chesapeake’s production at around 67,000 barrels of oil ...

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Marcellus.com top stories of the week

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Shane Thielges | Shale Plays Media This week, the Marcellus Shale region saw a number of big business deals and promising production reports at the close of 2014’s second quarter. There were also a number of clashes between energy companies and regulatory bodies concerning environmental protection. 1. EIA study shows promising Utica shale production A study of the first 20 months ...

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EIA study shows promising Utica shale production

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Shane Thielges | Shale Plays Media The Energy Information Administration has released data on initial gas production from Utica shale wells, reports Columbus Business First. A study of the first 20 months of activity in the shale, which rests mostly in Ohio, found that its early gas production totals place it on par with Texas’s Eagle Ford shale and higher ...

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