Cabot Oil & Gas announced last week that they blew past the 400 Mmcf/d mark for Marcellus production in NE Pennsylvania in just one day. With recent upgrades to their Lathrop Compressor Station the company was able to increase restricted gas production from 310 Mmcf/d to 420 Mmcf/d. These upgrades have been in the works for the last year or so, Cabot Cranking Up Marcellus Midstream.
Cabot production is still being curtailed due to maxing out through-put rates into Williams’ Tennessee pipeline. They are now waiting for Williams’ Springville natural gas gathering pipeline to be completed at the end of July. This new pipe is a 24” 33.5-mile gathering system that will move gas from Springville Township in Susquehanna Co. to the Transco interstate gas pipeline in Luzerne Co.
The following map shows Cabot’s Susquehanna Co. wells and the general gathering areas they use in NE Pennsylvania.
For more information about Marcellus activity visit the Marcellus Shale folder in DI’s DNA.
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