May 2018, Vo. 245, No. 5


Marcellus-Utica: The Juggernaut Continues

Marcellus-Utica: The Juggernaut Continues By Kevin Petak, Vice President in Natural Gas and Liquids Markets, ICF and Julio Manik, Technical Specialist, ICF Just a little over a decade ago, one of the world’s largest gas-producing basins, Marcellus-Utica, was just beginning to develop. Since then, the area’s supply of natural gas and liquids’ has skyrocketed, and it now produces close to 25 Bcf/d1 with no signs of slowing down. The Marcellus-Utica is hardly a run-of-the-mill gas play. Compared to other basins, ICF estimates that it has the potential to produce a quadrillion cubic feet of natural gas2. The rapid, exponential growth spells tremendous opportunities for the Northeast as a sour

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