Appalachian Gas Takes on the World
The Marcellus-Utica shale resource continues to drive investment around the world with its surging natural gas production. Sixty percent of global new-build LNG export capacity is underway in the U.S. – and soon LNG cargos will be departing from both the Gulf Coast and the East Coast.
Companies like Dominion, Enbridge and Kinder Morgan will begin moving billions of cubic feet per day of natural gas to regions like the Gulf Coast, Midwest and eastern Canada in 2018, as a bevy of new pipelines come online.
With hundreds of executive-level speakers, exhibitors and sponsors showcasing solutions and new technologies, and 8+ hours of dedicated networking with industry peers, the Marcellus-Utica MIDSTREAM conference and exhibition is your best opportunity to make midstream and upstream connections that count.
Join us and explore key topics like:
- The latest production forecasts from the region's top E&P companies
- Up-to-date status on pipeline projects to expand regional takeaway capacity from leading midstream operators
- Intelligence on emerging markets that will change the game for Appalachia's manufacturing economy
- Strong Production: Marcellus and Utica natural gas production has multiplied by a factor of 10 in the past decade, to about 25 billion cubic feet a day - roughly third of U.S. output.
- Market Access: The Rover pipeline, one of several pipes coming on-stream in 2018, will start shipping up to 3.25 MMCFD of natural gas. That's enough to power about 30 million homes
- Robust Midstream Opportunities: Natural gas production has exceeded available pipeline capacity for several years. Infrastructure is the only thing holding back the Marcellus Shale.