Utica Shale Bottleneck Starts to Ease Up As Midstream Project Begins Operating

From The Canton Repository:
The billion-dollar Utica East Ohio midstream project has begun taking natural gas from Utica Shale wells, easing a bottle-neck that has kept production from getting to market. 
Phase one of the three-phase project started processing natural gas liquids and sending residue natural gas to interstate markets on Sunday, the companies behind the project announced Monday. 
The Utica East Ohio system includes gathering pipelines, a cryogenic processing plant near Kensington in Columbiana County  and a natural gas liquids fractionator, storage and rail facility in Scio in Harrison County. 
The project is a joint venture owned by Access Midstream (49 percent), M3 Midstream (30 percent) and EV Energy Partners (21 percent).
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