In an Aug. 11 story titled “Rockies Producers Enjoy Rapid Pipeline Build-Out; 8.4 Bcf/d of Capacity Planned,” it was incorrectly stated that export capacity out of the Rockies would be nearly doubled in the next three years (see Daily GPI, Aug. 11). Walter “Skip” Simmons of Wood Mackenzie told the Colorado Oil and Gas Association’s (COGA) annual Rocky Mountain Natural Gas Strategy Conference and Investment Forum in Denver that export capacity would grow to 12.4 Bcf/d. However, a slide showing current export capacity of 6.6 Bcf/d excluded the San Juan Basin. While export capacity will grow significantly through mainly the Rockies Express pipeline, it is intraregional capacity that will more than double, Simmons said. NGI regrets the error.

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