November 2018


Transco’s Atlantic Sunrise Expansion Adds Marcellus Takeaway Capacity

By Jeff Awalt, Executive Editor Long before pipeline constraints launched the race to add Permian Basin capacity, soaring natural gas production in the Marcellus and Utica basins outpaced the infrastructure required to move it to market. Operators responded with a flurry of pipeline projects, and one of the most important of them has commenced full operations. Atlantic Sunrise (red) adds 12% more capacity to the Transco System (blue). Map: P&GJ/Energy Web Atlas Williams’ $3 billion Atlantic Sunrise project began full operations Oct. 6, adding 1.7 Bcf/d of long-awaited pipeline takeaway capacity from the Marcellus Basin and boosting

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