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Energy Transfer Partners boosts midstream operations in Pennsylvania

June 8, 2015 By    

Energy Transfer Partners LP shared details on its previously announced Revolution Project that will increase its operations in the Marcellus and Upper Devonian production areas of western Pennsylvania.

The company entered into long-term gas gathering, processing and fractionation agreements with EdgeMarc Energy. The company purchased 20 miles of high-pressure pipeline from EdgeMarc to build a cryogenic gas processing plant, a fractionator and additional gas gathering pipelines.

Energy Transfer Partners also plans to construct 100 miles of high-pressure, 24- and 30-inch rich gas pipeline to provide a total gathering system capacity in excess of 440 million cubic feet per day.

The Revolution Pipeline starts in Butler County, Pa., and will extend to the company’s Revolution Plant in western Pennsylvania. The plant is expected to be in service by the second quarter of 2017. Residue gas from this plant will be delivered into Energy Transfer Partners’ Rover interstate pipeline for deliveries to downstream markets. Natural gas liquids will also be delivered to Sunoco Logistics’ Mariner East pipeline system.

Additionally, the project includes a fractionation facility that will be constructed at Sunoco Logistics’ Marcus Hook Industrial Complex in Marcus Hook, Pa. The fractionation facility is expected to be in service by the second quarter of 2017. Overall expected capital cost for the pipeline system and the facilities is about $1.5 billion.

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