MarkWest to expand W.Va. processing complexes
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – MarkWest Energy Partners says it will expand two cryogenic gas processing complexes in West Virginia.
Denver-based MarkWest says in a news release that it plans to construct two new processing plants at the Sherwood complex in Doddridge County and the Mobley complex in Wetzel County.
The Sherwood complex’s new plant will have a processing capacity of 200 million cubic feet per day. It will increase the complex’s total production capacity to more than 1 billion cubic feet.
The new plant at the Mobley complex also will have a processing capacity of 200 million cubic feet per day. It will increase the complex’s total production capacity to 920 million cubic feet.
Both plants are expected to begin operations by the second quarter of 2015.
MarkWest announced the expansions Tuesday.
- 1Rescue kennel, owner cited by state dog warden | Observer-Reporter
- 2Family's dog went missing after accident on I-79 | Observer-Reporter
- 3Avella store robbed at gunpoint | Observer-Reporter
- 4Marcellus Shale facility proposed in South Strabane | Observer-Reporter
- 5Sarris Candies displays "deflategate" chocolate football | Observer-Reporter
Jessop Community Federal Credit Union