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Gas Processing Company Announces Expansion in Noble County
Posted on: 06/04/2013
By  Andy Rex
A Denver-based energy company has announced plans to build a third gas processing facility in Noble County.
MarkWest Energy says they’re expanding plans for the Seneca processing complex to now include a third cryogenic gas processing facility.  Once online, the facility will be capable of handling 600 million cubic feet per day.
MarkWest CEO Frank Semple says in a press release the company is "very excited to be developing premier midstream solutions in the Utica Shale for successful and proven operators."
The company is also developing the Cadiz complex in Harrison County, which has just started processing operations in the past two weeks.  An expansion of that facility is also in the works, eventually increasing its capacity to 325 million cubic feet per day.
The first two of the three facilities in Noble County are expected to be operational later this year, with the third slated to be online in about a year.
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