EQT is seizing opportunities created by the Appalachian Basin’s burgeoning production of natural gas and other energy products. EQT formed EQT Midstream Partners, LP, a growth-oriented limited partnership controlled by EQT, in 2012 to own, operate, acquire, and develop midstream assets in the Appalachian Basin.
EQT Midstream Partners provides midstream services across 24 counties in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Ohio, to EQT and multiple third parties through its two primary assets: the gathering system, which delivers natural gas from wells and other receipt points to transmission pipelines, and the transmission and storage system, which serves as a header system transmission pipeline.
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Key Data (includes EQT Midstream Partners)
- Approximately 300 miles of high-pressure gathering lines and approximately 1,500 miles of FERC-regulated low-pressure gathering lines
- Approximately 950 miles
of FERC-regulated interstate pipeline connecting to six interstate pipelines
and multiple distribution companies.
- Eighteen natural gas storage
reservoirs with approximately 645 MMcf per day of peak withdrawal capacity and 43 Bcf of working gas capacity