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HP Gas Processing: US midstream expansion hits Utica shale

Significant expansion is planned for the midstream oil and gas sectors in 2014, following a 263% increase in midstream capital spending to $46.4 billion (B) in 2013, according to Deloitte.1 A five-yea..

Blume, Adrienne, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Significant expansion is planned for the midstream oil and gas sectors in 2014, following a 263% increase in midstream capital spending to $46.4 billion (B) in 2013, according to Deloitte.1 A five-year boom in upstream spending has paved the way for the continuing midstream expansion. It has also encouraged development in areas with shale-advantage capacity and insufficient infrastructure. Utica midstream booms One such shale gas-advantaged area is the Utica shale play in the Appalachian basin. This up-and-coming play stretches from the northeastern US to southern Canada, and it underlies portions of the Marcellus shale by several thousand feet. Since 2011, the Utica has been a growing sou

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