Ribbon Cut on Hickory Bend Processing Plant

From The Morning Journal:
The scale of the Mahoning Valley's shale boom extended its powerful economic reach into Springfield Township with the dedication of the $150 million Hickory Bend Cryogenic Processing Plant on Monday.
Gov. John Kasich assisted officials of Pennant Midstream, a joint venture between NiSource Midstream Services and Harvest Pipeline, with a symbolic ribbon-cutting.
Harvest Pipeline is an affiliate of Hilcorp Energy Co.
More than 100 people, including state, county and township officials, attended the dedication.
The plant separates dry gas from natural liquid gas (NLGs) and is expected to begin shipping the first of its 200 million cubic feet per day capability to the M3 Momentum fractionation plant in Kensington in December.
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