FirstEnergy Corp. subsidiary Mon Power has completed a $5 million project to provide electric service to Antero Midstream Partners LP's wastewater treatment facility in Doddridge County, WV. Mon Power said the facility is expected to use more than 16 MW of electricity once it's fully operational, or about the equivalent of what 16,000 homes use. Announced in 2015, the $275 million treatment complex is being constructed on 635 acres (see Shale Daily, Aug. 19, 2015). It will process wastewater from Antero Resources Corp.'s shale wells in Ohio and West Virginia and produce salt and sludge byproducts. It's expected to be in service by 2017. Mon Power said the project to supply the facility with electricity is part of the company’s efforts to provide the state's "energy-intensive" shale gas industry with reliable electric service.