Appalachian

EQT Restarts Appalachia Natural Gas Volumes, but Warns More Shut-ins Possible

EQT Restarts Appalachia Natural Gas Volumes, but Warns More Shut-ins Possible

EQT Corp., the largest natural gas producer in the Lower 48, said Thursday it has ended another round of curtailments, but management said it won’t hesitate to continue shutting in volumes as low prices warrant.  The Appalachian pure-play had curtailed about 400 MMcf/d beginning Sept. 1, cutting 15 Bcf from third quarter production volumes. The…

October 22, 2020
Cabot Looking for Higher Winter Prices as More Appalachia Natural Gas Volumes Shut-in

Cabot Looking for Higher Winter Prices as More Appalachia Natural Gas Volumes Shut-in

Cabot Oil & Gas Corp. has again curtailed natural production volumes that averaged 372 MMcf/d through the last two weeks of September as it continues to weather weak Appalachian prices.  Shut-in volumes have grown to average 450 MMcfe/d since Oct. 1 in anticipation of better prices soon. Cabot has lowered full-year production guidance to 2.300-2.350…

October 8, 2020
Stream-Crossing Permits Bring New Court Challenges as MVP Awaits Construction Restart

Stream-Crossing Permits Bring New Court Challenges as MVP Awaits Construction Restart

In keeping with an extensive history of persistent legal opposition to Mountain Valley Pipeline LLC (MVP), environmental groups have asked a federal appeals court to stay recently updated waterbody-crossing permits for the 303-mile, 2 million Dth/d natural gas conduit. In petitions filed Monday with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, a coalition…

October 6, 2020
Work on Shell’s Pennsylvania Ethane Cracker Progressing, but Schedule Clouded by Covid-19

Work on Shell’s Pennsylvania Ethane Cracker Progressing, but Schedule Clouded by Covid-19

Construction of Royal Dutch Shell plc’s multi-billion dollar ethane cracker in western Pennsylvania is about 70% complete, while the 98-mile pipeline system that would feed the facility is 95% complete, a company executive said Tuesday, noting that the Covid-19 pandemic has complicated the project. “All of the major equipment is up, all of the modules…

September 29, 2020
Mountaineer NGL Storage Pulls Key Ohio Permits, But Project Still Moving Ahead

Mountaineer NGL Storage Pulls Key Ohio Permits, But Project Still Moving Ahead

An underground natural gas liquids (NGL) storage project in Ohio — seen as key to the Appalachian Basin’s petrochemical buildout — has hit another snag as its backers have withdrawn their permits in the face of a lawsuit from environmental groups.  The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) last week cancelled three permits to drill…

September 29, 2020
Natural Gas Futures Slip as EIA Storage Data Reflects ‘Woefully Oversupplied’ Market

Natural Gas Futures Slip as EIA Storage Data Reflects ‘Woefully Oversupplied’ Market

Natural gas futures buckled under pressure Thursday after a slightly larger-than-expected storage injection sapped the momentum prices had earlier in the week. The September Nymex futures contract settled at $2.165, down 2.6 cents day/day. October also slipped 2.6 cents to $2.305. Spot gas prices softened across the board as well, dragging down NGI’s Spot Gas…

August 6, 2020
Gulfport Keeping Utica Natural Gas Curtailed to Await Better Prices

Gulfport Keeping Utica Natural Gas Curtailed to Await Better Prices

Gulfport Energy Corp. is still curtailing Appalachian natural gas production in anticipation of better prices later this year and into 2021.  Given an uncertain economic outlook, weak energy demand and a slight rebound in associated gas volumes, Gulfport remains “cautious near-term on natural gas pricing,” said CEO David Wood during a call to discuss second…

August 6, 2020
Southwestern Focused on Dry Natural Gas Production as Prices Seen Increasing

Southwestern Focused on Dry Natural Gas Production as Prices Seen Increasing

Southwestern Energy Co. shifted toward producing more dry natural gas in the second quarter as it anticipates a rebound in prices as the winter nears.  The company had been focused on the wet gas window in West Virginia, but shifted more rigs to Northeast Pennsylvania with planned well counts now divided equally between the two…

August 3, 2020
Ohio NGL Project Lands First Customer in Possible Breakthrough for Appalachian Hub

Ohio NGL Project Lands First Customer in Possible Breakthrough for Appalachian Hub

Plans for an underground natural gas liquids (NGL) storage facility in Ohio seen as key to the region’s petrochemical build-out have moved another step closer to reality as the backer of a multi-billion dollar ethane cracker has signed a preliminary agreement to further its development.   Energy Storage Ventures LLC (ESV) and an affiliate of Thailand’s…

July 27, 2020
Montage Strikes Deal to Sell Utica Gathering Infrastructure

Montage Strikes Deal to Sell Utica Gathering Infrastructure

Appalachian pure-play Montage Resources Corp. has agreed to sell noncore natural gas gathering assets in Ohio’s Utica Shale to an undisclosed company for $25 million.  Montage said an international company agreed to purchase the infrastructure, which is in a condensate development area. The transaction is expected to close in 4Q2020. Proceeds would be used to…

July 27, 2020
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