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Appalachian NGL revenues soared in '17; lack of pipes cuts oil, gas winnings

Soaring NGL prices lifted Appalachian drillers' 2017 revenues

For some of Appalachia's top gas drillers, revenues from natural gas liquids more than doubled in 2017 as oil-linked prices for the commodity surged more than 50% during the year.

Lack of pipelines cuts into oil and gas industry's winnings

The U.S. has oil and natural gas production in spades, but a shortfall in pipeline infrastructure across the country could mess up its hand.

Sell, hold, drop: Shale drillers weigh 3 options to cash in on midstream assets

Executives at Appalachian shale driller Eclipse Resources Corp. had some decisions to make on how they would get to market the natural gas and liquids they produced using some of the longest laterals in the business. It is a particularly difficult decision because Eclipse's newest target area, called Flat Castle, is hundreds of miles east of its Ohio wells.

Ethane cracker in Appalachia 4 times more valuable than on Gulf Coast: IHS study

Ethane crackers built in the Ohio River Valley will return four times the value of similar plants on the U.S. Gulf Coast, according to a new report released by the Shale Crescent USA economic development group March 20.

Anxiety about Permian gas crunch increases as analysts track new pipelines

Mexico may not be able to take enough natural gas associated with Permian Basin oil wells to prevent the gas system from backing up and cutting crude oil production upstream, analysts said in research notes.