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Opening Keynote: The Future Of The Appalachian Plays
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.
Ryan Savage, Vice President & General Manager, Pennsylvania & New York, The Williams Companies Inc.
Spotlight: Another Winter Begins, Is The Gas Market Ready?
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. What are the gas market’s prospects as a new heating season begins, and what does that mean for the Appalachian plays?
One of the biggest bets on the future of Appalachian energy comes with Shell’s multi-billion dollar Pennsylvania Petrochemicals Complex, going up now in Beaver County, Pa., along the Ohio River. What will be the impact on the upstream and midstream when the plant goes online, producing 1.6 million tonnes per year of polyethylene? Here’s a look ahead.
Michael Marr, Business Integration Lead, Shell Chemical Appalachia
The North American midstream increasingly has a foreign flavor, as new markets open overseas and foreign investors show interest in the sector’s comparatively predictable returns. This chief executive for one of Asia’s largest energy consulting firms shares his views for what lies ahead.
Building on its sizeable midstream operations in other basins, Crestwood has established a West Virginia gathering and processing system with a capacity of 875 million cubic feet per day, serving Marcellus producers. It moves residue to gas to three major gas transmission systems.
John Powell, Senior Vice President Marketing, Supply & Logistics, Crestwood Equity Partners LP
There have been major regulatory changes impacting the midstream. This trade association’s Washington representative provides an update on what has happened—and what may occur going into an election year.
Matthew Hite, Vice President - Government Affairs, GPA Midstream Association