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Mariner East 2 pipeline is now moving product

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World Pipelines,


Energy Transfer LP has announced that effective 29 December 2018 its Mariner East 2 natural gas liquids (NGLs) pipeline is in service, available for both interstate and intrastate service. The 350 mile NGL pipeline transports domestically produced ethane, propane and butane east from processing plants in Ohio across West Virginia and Pennsylvania to Energy Transfer’s Marcus Hook Industrial Complex in Delaware County, PA, where the NGLs are stored for distribution to local, domestic and waterborne markets.

Mariner East 2 is part of Energy Transfer’s Mariner East system of pipelines designed to provide much-needed NGL takeaway capacity for the Marcellus and Utica Shale production areas in Eastern Ohio, West Virginia and Western Pennsylvania. The Mariner East 2X pipeline, which parallels Mariner East 2, is expected to be in service in late 2019. The Mariner East system will provide both operational flexibility and enhanced security of NGL supply from producing areas to key markets in the region and beyond.

According to a 2015 economic impact study by EConsult Solutions, the total impact from the construction of the Mariner East pipelines is estimated to be more than US$9.1 billion in Pennsylvania alone. When complete, the projects will have provided more than 9500 construction jobs per year for six years, with associated earnings totalling more than US$2.7 billion.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/project-news/02012019/mariner-east-2-pipeline-is-now-moving-product/

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