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Expo/Industry events for the next few months

2017 NARO Appalachia Annual Conference
October 30-31
The Greenbrier
White Sulphur Springs, WV 

Veolia Water Treatment Seminar
Wednesday, November 8
Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh/Southpointe
1000 Corporate Drive
Canonsburg, Pennsylvania 

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Latest facts and a rumor from the Marcellus, Utica, Permian, Eagle Ford, Bakken and Niobrara Shale Plays 

XTO Drilling in the Utica in PA.  XTO has SPUD 2 multi-lateral wells in Pennsylvania. 1 in Indiana County and 1 in Jefferson County.  XTO will be drilling in the Marcellus and the Deep Utica. (RUMOR)  

Two Major FERC Approvals.  Federal regulators on Friday approved two major natural gas pipelines for construction on the East Coast, a move heralded by business leaders and condemned by environmentalists.

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission granted approvals for the Mountain Valley and Atlantic Coast pipelines, according to The Associated Press. One of the three commissioners dissented.

The Mountain Valley Pipeline, which is slated to cost $3.5 billion, would span 300 miles from the northern portion of West Virginia all the way to Danville, Va.

The Atlantic Coast Pipeline, which will amount to $5 billion, will stretch 600 miles from north-central West Virginia, through Virginia, and through eastern North Carolina. 

Business advocates say the pipelines will lower energy costs and jumpstart economic development, however opponents argue the pipelines will interfere with property rights and have a negative impact on the environment. 

“Given the environmental impacts and possible superior alternatives, approving these two pipeline projects on this record is not a decision I can support,” said Commissioner Cheryl LaFleur, an Obama-era appointee who dissented on Friday, according to the AP.

The decision is the latest victory for pipeline advocates. It comes days after a federal judge ruled that the Dakota Access pipeline could continue its operation during a federal review of the project’s environmental impact.

Atlantic Sunrise to Begin Service by 2019.  Energy infrastructure provider The Williams Companies, Inc. is hopeful of its Constitution Pipeline project to begin service by 2019, subject to necessary regulatory approvals.  

The pipeline company requested the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to repeal New York's denial of a water permit which was necessary to move ahead with the project.  

The company applied for the water permit in August 2013. The state however failed to act on the permit request within the one year of the statutory deadline. In 2016, the New York Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) denied the water permit to Williams Companies. The company believes such delays lead to a waiver of the federal Clean Water Act's Section 401 water quality certification requirement.

The petition filed by the company states, "The Clean Water Act specifies that if a state agency fails or refuses to act on a request for certification under Section 401 within a reasonable period of time, which shall not exceed one year, after receipt of such request, the certification requirements shall be waived."

The project is jointly owned by William Companies, Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, WGL Holdings, Inc. and Piedmont Natural Gas Company which was acquired by Duke Energy Corporation last year. The 121-mile natural gas pipeline, which runs from Pennsylvania to Schoharie County, was to transport natural gas from the Marcellus shale to customers in the North East.

The $750-million project has the capacity to transport 650,000 dekatherms of gas per day. The pipeline which has received President Trump's support aims to address the problems of transportation infrastructure in the Northeast region and speed up shipments from the prolific Marcellus and Utica basins.

The project was expected to become operational in 2015, but got delayed due to lengthy review process, pushing the in-service date to late 2016. The project received the FERC's approval in early 2016. However, the DEC denied issuing a water quality permit to the pipeline due to its possibility of impacting the ecology and climate adversely.  The DEC claimed that the owners of the project and the FERC did not analyze the environmental impacts of the project properly and that the pipeline can possibly impact over 250 streams adversely.

If FERC agrees to the company's request to retract the water permit denial, William Companies will seek a Clean Water Act Section 404 permit from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. If it secures all the necessary approvals, the pipeline is likely to come online by the first half of 2019.

Ascent Resources IPO or Deal.  Ascent Resources, a Utica Shale driller founded by the late oilman Aubrey McClendon, is preparing for an initial stock offering or a sale, the Wall Street Journal reported.

The IPO would not likely occur until 2018 for the Oklahoma based company, and the private company is likely to shop itself to competitors as it prepares for an IPO, the newspaper reported.

The company, struggling with debt in recent years, wants to raise $3.5 billion, Kallanish Energy has learned.

In 2013, McClendon was ousted as CEO of Chesapeake Energy, a company he had co-founded. In late 2014, he then formed American Energy Partners and its subsidiary, American Energy Partners-Utica. It later became Ascent Resources which has been one of the most active and successful Utica drillers.

It has been backed financially by The Energy & Minerals Group and First Reserve Corp.

Ascent Resources has leased 300,000 acres in eastern Ohio and northern West Virginia. It has about 150 Utica and Marcellus wells that are producing more than 1 billion cubic feet of gas per day. That makes it among the largest gas producers in the U.S.

McClendon died March 2, 2016, in a one-car accident in Oklahoma City. After his death, American Energy Partners shut down in May 2016, but its five companies including Ascent continued to operate.

Constitution Wants FERC to Overrule.  Constitution Pipeline said that its natural gas pipe from Pennsylvania to New York could enter service as early as the first half of 2019 if it gets the necessary regulatory approvals.

Constitution asked the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to overturn New York’s denial of a required water permit that would allow it to move ahead with the project.

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) denied a water permit for the 125-mile (201 kilometer) Constitution pipeline in 2016 for environmental reasons.

If built, the pipeline would transport up to 0.65 billion cubic feet per day of shale gas from Pennsylvania to New York. New York does not allow fracking.

Constitution said New York failed to act within a reasonable period of time on its application and that such failure constitutes a waiver of the Section 401 water quality certification requirement.

The Clean Water Act specifies that if a state agency fails or refuses to act on a request for certification under Section 401 within a reasonable period of time, which shall not exceed one year, after receipt of such request, the certification requirements shall be waived, according to Constitution’s petition.

“Here, NYSDEC clearly failed to act on Constitution’s application ... within a reasonable period of time,” the company said.

Over the course of two years and eight months, Constitution said it withdrew and resubmitted its 401 application twice at the behest of NYSDEC, the second of which contained no changes to the prior application.

Officials at the NYSDEC did not immediately comment on Constitution’s petition.

Constitution’s petition follows a FERC decision in September to overturn New York’s denial of a water permit for another project, the Millennium pipeline, in the state.

In that case, FERC said the NYSDEC failed to act within a year of Millennium’s original application.

The NYSDEC said it filed a formal challenge to the FERC decision in the Millennium case on Friday.

“FERC should not, and cannot, be allowed to undercut the state’s ability to protect our water resources by making informed decisions to ensure water quality standards are met,” the NYSDEC said in a statement.

If FERC grants Constitution’s petition, the company said it would promptly seek a Clean Water Act Section 404 permit from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Constitution is owned by subsidiaries of Williams Partners LP, Cabot Oil & Gas Corp, Duke Energy Corp and WGL Holdings Inc. (Reporting by Scott DiSavino; editing by Diane Craft)

Gas-Fired Plant Going into South Dakota.  Otter Tail Power is seeking permission from South Dakota regulators to construct a $165 million, 250-megawatt natural gas-fired power plant in Deuel County.

The plant, known as Astoria Station, will replace capacity-purchase agreements that are expiring and also close its 1950’s era coal-fired 150 MW Hoot Lake plant near the company’s headquarters of Fergus Falls, MN, the Rapid City (S.D.) Journal reported.

Astoria Station would tie into a new switching station that Otter Tail and Northern States Power want to build as part of a transmission network, Kallanish Energy learns.

Otter Tail also intends to add 150 MW of electricity from wind production near Merricourt, N.D., according to the application, the Journal reported.

The investor-owned company serves about 131,200 customers in 422 communities of western Minnesota, northeastern South Dakota and eastern North Dakota.

The company expects load commitments to increase, from 795 MW this year, to 938 MW by 2031. “A significant portion of this load growth is expected to result from expansion of pipelines that transport oil from the Bakken Shale in North Dakota and from Canada,” the application said, the Journal reported.

Without Astoria Station and the Merricourt wind farm, and with the planned shutdown of Hoot Lake and the expiration of supplier contracts, Otter Tail would have a capacity deficit of roughly 273 MW in 2021, according to the company.

Otter Tail expects the plant to be in service by May 2021.

SWN to Ramp Up Drilling in WV.  In 2014, Southwestern Energy cut a massive deal to buy 413,000 Marcellus/Utica acres from Chesapeake Energy, most of it in northern West Virginia, for $5.375 billion. Southwestern has done some drilling on that acreage since, but all the signs are now visible that the company intends to really ramp up their WV drilling program. In August, Southwestern nailed down some missing acreage in the Wheeling area by leasing 66 acres from the Wheeling Park School District for $231,000. Just last week we reported that midstream giant Williams has cut a deal with Southwestern to provide gathering and processing for over 200,000 acres in Marshall and Wetzel counties  And now, further evidence: A contractor working for Southwestern plans to begin seismic testing covering 260 square miles–stretching from Donegal (Westmoreland County), PA through northern WV all the way to Shadyside (Belmont County), OH–next year. The contractor, in speaking with members of the Bethlehem Village Council (Wheeling, WV area), said Southwestern is offering the “standard” price of $5 per acre for seismic testing…

Shell Chemical Overview. (UK The Telegraph)  Royal Dutch Shell will begin construction of a new $10bn petrochemicals site in the gas-rich Marcellus shale basin in the US within the next ten weeks as part of a radical growth plan for its petrochemicals business.

The oil major told investors that global demand for petrochemicals - which are used to manufacture the raw materials used to make plastics, paints and textiles - is set to grow by around 50% by the end of the decade, making it a key area for the company’s growth.

Shell believes it can almost double the earnings from its chemicals business within the next two years to between $3.5bn to $4bn by adding three major petrochemical refineries to its portfolio before 2020.

“The biggest uplift to earnings and cash flow will probably only be in the early 2020s with the start-up of Shell's Pennsylvania ethane cracker,” said Gordon Gray, an analyst at HSBC.

The renewed interest in petrochemicals manufacturing is due to the close proximity of cheap shale gas fields, which will supply ethane, a key refinery feedstock, for rock bottom prices.

“None of this would be happening if it weren’t for shale gas,” said Tom Crotty a senior director at Ineos, the owner of the Grangemouth refinery in Scotland.

Ineos has also tapped the US shale gas boom using eight specially designed Dragon sea vessels to transport ethane from the Pennsylvania shale fields to Grangemouth.

Mr Crotty said a large source of the increased demand for petrochemical products comes from China. The Chinese state has clamped down on refineries which are flouting environmental rules and worsening the country’s air quality concerns. 

Market specialists at Icis estimate that no less than 70,000 chemicals and other manufacturing plants have been shut down in just three provinces in China since July.

“It’s a major opportunity for European refiners,” said Mr Crotty. He added that in the UK it could help rebalance the economy by providing thousands more jobs in the North of the country by increasing manufacturing.

For Shell the move offers further evidence of its shift away from oil. The supermajor is increasing the proportion of gas in its exploration and production business. It is also turning towards ‘downstream’ business operations such as retail sales of fuels and lubricants.

Shell will invest in a fourth alpha olefins unit at its Geismar, Louisiana plant in the US which will start-up in the second half of next year, and a second major petrochemicals complex in Nanhai, China.

XOM Purchases Terminal in the Permian.  Oil supermajor ExxonMobil has announced it has acquired a crude oil terminal in the Permian Basin in West Texas, Kallanish Energy reports.

The terminal is in Wink, and was acquired from Houston-based Genesis Energy. No price was disclosed.

The terminal is strategically positioned to handle Delaware Basin crude oil and condensate for transport to Gulf Coast refineries and marine export terminals, the company said, in a statement.

The facility is connected to the Plains Alpha Crude Connector pipeline system and is permitted for 100,000 barrels per day (BPD) of throughput, with the ability to expand.

“The terminal provides crude producers with a full range of logistical options, including truck, rail and inbound and outbound pipeline access, not only for ExxonMobil’s production, but for all Permian Basin producers,” said Gerald Frey, president of ExxonMobil Pipeline.

He added, “It also provides shippers with efficient and cost-effective access to market destinations in the Gulf region.”

ExxonMobil, with headquarters in Irving, Texas, announced last January it had acquired and intended to develop Delaware Basin acreage in West Texas and New Mexico.

Appalachian Storage Hub and Plastics. (Thank you, Jackie Stewart)  Ohio laid a stake in the ground as the “key anchor” to the Appalachian storage hub — a critical component to support an economic revolution along the Ohio River — during the Utica Shale Summit hosted by the Canton Regional Chamber. The event provided a new perspective on the next phase of Appalachian Basin oil and natural gas development, including storage, infrastructure, and the ultimate end-use of natural gas liquids that has led to a rebirth in plastics manufacturing in the U.S. As a result of the conference, local Ohio papers are asking, “Could Ohio and nearby states become petrochemical hub?”

Thanks to prolific natural gas liquids from the Utica Shale, the Ohio River Corridor, a new site selection service company, announced it’s hopeful to soon rebrand the “Rust Belt” as the “Plastic Belt.”  So how is Ohio the so-called “key anchor” to this forecasted “Plastic Belt”?

Well, as recent American Chemistry Council and West Virginia University (WVU) reports have detailed, one of the key components to unlocking plastic manufacturing is finding storage solutions for natural gas liquids. And Ohio is in fact the only state in the Appalachian Basin that has a project underway to do address storage solutions.

The Mountaineer NGL Storage project, located in Monroe County, would support 3.25 million barrels of natural gas liquids (NGLs) initially, with capacity to store as much as 10 million barrels of NGLs in a salt formation about 6,700 feet below the surface. The project would be a huge resource to support the needs of ethane cracker plants slated for the region.

According Mountaineer President David Hooker, the project is a “key anchor” to the much talked about Appalachian Storage Hub concept. The Ohio project is essential to keeping NGLs produced in the Appalachian Basin local, as it serves as warehouse for NGLs during the operation of an ethane cracker. Here’s how the company illustrates its significant role in bringing manufacturing to the region.

As you can see, prolific natural gas liquid production from shale must be separated into ethane, propane, butane, etc., through fractionation. After that, the NGLs can be stored, or warehoused, to support the ebbs and flows that the private market will ultimately dictate.  For Mountaineer’s project, that means storing NGLs in salt caverns.

How Does Salt Storage Work?

Salt storage is one of the preferred methods of hydrocarbon storage, according to the Energy Information Administration (EIA), and has been used throughout the country for over 70 years. In other words, the process is certainly not new.  Utica Shale Summit conference attendees were excited to see a new video that highlighted Mountaineer’s project and provided an education salt storage.

Keeping it Local

In order to keep the vast production coming out of the Utica Shale local, there needs to be an incredible amount of infrastructure built out to support transportation and end-use in the region. That means finding a home for dry gas, such as gas-fired power plants, and taking NGLs to market. As Team NEO, an economic develop group, stated at the Utica Shale Conference,

“Right now we’re exporting a tremendous amount of value out of the region. What I’d like to do is try to have this region benefit from that and create wealth and jobs going forward. We have a window of opportunity to seize this. We have competition all over the world.”

Hooker agreed, saying “keeping it local is the key,” which is why his company has already spent $20 million toward supporting that goal.

But keeping Utica Shale local will largely depend on major investment decisions to build crackers in the region, and additional storage and infrastructure. Of course, Shell has already announced its investment in Pennsylvania, and Ohio is anxiously awaiting a final investment decision from PTT Global Chemical, but what about others? And will plastic manufacturing companies follow suit and decide to invest in the region as well?

Time will tell, but if the first storage facility in the tri-state is any indicator of things to come, there’s certainly a lot to look forward to.  And it can’t be emphasized enough that none of these activities would be possible without production of oil and natural gas from shale.

FERC Approves Kinder Morgan Pipeline to TX.  Kinder Morgan recently received approval from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for a $412 million project, according to Argus Media. The company will convert a 964-mile stretch of existing pipeline to carry natural gas from the Utica and Marcellus shale plays to Texas.

The project will utilize infrastructure on Kinder Morgan’s Tennessee Gas Pipeline system to transport propane, butane, natural gasoline and natural gas liquids from processing facilities near Scio, Ohio.  In addition, it includes building 200 miles of new pipeline from Louisiana to Texas.

The project is expected to be completed by the end of next year.

U.S. Shale Production Forecast to Rise for 11th Consecutive Month.  U.S. shale production for November is forecast to rise for an 11th consecutive month, the U.S. government said on Monday, as U.S. prices stabilize around $50 a barrel.

U.S. oil output is expected to increase by 82,000 barrels per day (bpd) to 6.12 million bpd, according to U.S. Energy Information Administration's drilling productivity report.

North Dakota's Bakken output is set to rise by 7,600 bpd to 1.1 million bpd, the most since March 2016, while Eagle Ford oil output in Texas is set to rise by 2,500 bpd to 1.2 million bpd.

Permian production is forecast to rise by 50,000 bpd to 2.7 million bpd, a new record, the EIA said.

Meanwhile, U.S. natural gas production was projected to increase to a record 60.9 billion cubic feet per day (bcfd) in November. That would be up over 0.8 bcfd from the October forecast and would be the eighth monthly increase in a row.

The EIA projected gas output would increase in all of the big shale basins in November, with the biggest increase in the Appalachia region, which includes the Marcellus and Utica shale formations.

Output in the Appalachia region, the biggest shale gas play, was set to rise by 0.4 bcfd to a record high of 25.7 bcfd in November, an eighth consecutive increase. Production in Appalachia was 22.5 bcfd in the same month a year ago.

EIA also said producers drilled 1,208 wells and completed 1,029 in the biggest shale basins in September, leaving total drilled but uncompleted wells up 179 at a record high 7,270, according to data going back to December 2013.

Pruitt Ends “Sue and Settle.”  Good News for the Industry.  EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt moved Monday to end a controversial practice known as “sue and settle,” which critics say was used during the Obama administration to cut deals with environmental groups, leading to new regulations.

“The days of regulation through litigation are over,” Pruitt said in a statement, announcing a new EPA directive, Kallanish Energy learns. 

Republicans, including Pruitt when he was Oklahoma’s Attorney General, had fought with the Obama administration in court over what they described as a back-room practice that led to more red tape.

Opponents claimed the EPA routinely entered into consent decrees with environmental groups that had sued the agency, in turn leading to new regulations for states – covering clean air rules and more – without allowing them to defend their interests, Fox News reported.

“We will no longer go behind closed doors and use consent decrees and settlement agreements to resolve lawsuits filed against the Agency by special interest groups where doing so would circumvent the regulatory process set forth by Congress,” Pruitt said, in a statement Monday.

Cove Point to Be in Service by the End of the Year.  Virginia energy company Dominion Energy Inc said its $4 billion Cove Point liquefied natural gas export facility in Maryland was about 96 percent complete and was expected to enter service by the end of the year.

"We can't say exactly when it will happen but it is on track to be in service on schedule by the end of the year," Dominion spokesman Karl Neddenien told Reuters.

Once in service the project will be able to produce about 5.25 million tons per year (MTPA) of LNG. That is equal to about 0.7 billion cubic feet of gas per day (bcfd).

Some of the LNG going to ST Cove Point will go to Tokyo Gas and some will go to Kansai Electric Power Co Inc, Sumitomo'sPacific Summit Energy (PSE) LLC unit said on its website.

PSE in 2013 agreed to buy 0.35 bcfd of gas from Cabot Oil & Gas Corp's production in the Marcellus shale in Pennsylvania and West Virginia for 20 years once Cove Point enters service.

Japan Makes Big Move into NatGas.  Japan is expected to announced tomorrow a public-private initiative worth up to $10 billion to target the growing demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG) infrastructure in Asia, Nikkei reported Monday.

The report said Japan Bank for International Cooperation and Nippon Export and Investment Insurance are among the players involved in the initiative. The plans, which include construction of offloading terminals and gas-fired power plants, are to be unveiled by Japan’s, economy minister, Hiroshige Seko this week at a LNG conference in Tokyo, Kallanish Energy learns.

“The effort is also designed to strengthen Japan-U.S. ties,” Nikkei said. “Shale gas production has taken off in the U.S., and finding customers for the fuel has become an issue.”

Japan has relied on U.S. shale production to source its natural gas needs, not only through purchase supply contracts but also through upstream E&P activities. The Asian country, which is one of the largest LNG importers in the world, has campaigned against long-term contracts with destination clauses. These prevent buyers from reselling the fuel.

Alongside India, Japan is expected to sign an LNG cooperation agreement tomorrow, eyeing more flexible LNG contracts.

FERC Approvals Faster.  The chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission wants to see his agency "significantly reduce its review times for major natural gas pipeline certificates and other projects." But Neil Chatterjee pledged that "any efficiency-aimed action we take will not cut corners," especially when it comes to safety and environmental protection. They are "essential parts of what we do. That's not going to change as we look for greater efficiencies in our review processes," he said yesterday during what he called his "maiden speech" to industry players at a meeting of the Energy Bar Association in Washington. A chief complaint from industry stakeholders is that "it takes too long to review applications for natural gas and hydropower projects," Chatterjee said. "The FERC review process continues to get longer and longer due in large part to increased participation in the process by stakeholders" as well as "numerous legal challenges," he said. Delays are "bad for those on both sides of the issue," he said, as they discourage investment and harm communities, end users and consumers.

Bakken Oil to China.  Continental Resources has announced the sale of more than 1 million barrels of Bakken crude oil that will be shipped to China in November, Kallanish Energy reports.

It will be the Oklahoma-based company’s first international oil shipment. The buyer is Houston-based Atlantic Trading and Marketing, a Total SA subsidiary.

Under the agreement, Continental Resources will sell 33,500 barrels per day in November from the Bakken Shale in North Dakota and Montana. The sale will take place at Cushing, Okla., a major oil hub.

The oil will then be transported to ports on the Gulf of Mexico to be loaded onto tankers bound for China.

“This is a historic day for Continental and begins a new chapter in our long-term strategy to establish multiple international markets for American light sweet oil,” said founder, chairman and CEO Harold Hamm.

“This new normal was created by the American shale energy revolution and the lifting of the 1977 crude oil export ban. We expect to see many similar industry transactions in the coming months and years,” he said, in statement.

In December 2015, the U.S. lifted its ban on oil exports, allowing foreign sales to be transacted without a license. Oil exports have grown in the last two years, mostly to foreign refineries configured to handle light sweet crude oil.

Hamm said U.S. light sweet oil is “a good fit” for refineries in Europe and Asia.

He added, “The current $6 discount to Brent should not exist, given the consistency and high quality of WTI, as well as relative shipping costs. Stabilized U.S. production and increasing industry sales of American crude to international markets will drive down U.S. inventories, correcting much of the recent disparity between Brent and WTI prices. Modern modes of transport in the crude oil sector today eliminate price disparities between markets and allow free markets to work.”

Continental is working to develop additional international markets, Hamm said.

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PA Permits October 12, to October 19, 2017

           County                                          Township                                       E&P Companies

  1. Beaver                                         New Sewickley                                 PennEnergy
  2. Beaver                                         New Sewickley                                 PennEnergy
  3. Beaver                                         New Sewickley                                 PennEnergy
  4. Beaver                                         New Sewickley                                 PennEnergy
  5. Beaver                                         New Sewickley                                 PennEnergy
  6. Beaver                                         New Sewickley                                 PennEnergy
  7. Greene                                         Aleppo                                               Rice
  8. Greene                                         Aleppo                                               Rice
  9. Greene                                         Center                                                Rice
  10. Washington                                Carroll                                                            EQT
  11. Washington                                Carroll                                                            EQT
  12. Washington                                Carroll                                                            EQT
  13. Washington                                Carroll                                                            EQT
  14. Washington                                Carroll                                                            EQT
  15. Washington                                West Bethlehem                              EQT
  16. Washington                                West Bethlehem                              EQT
  17. Washington                                West Bethlehem                              EQT
  18. Washington                                West Bethlehem                              EQT
  19. Washington                                West Bethlehem                              EQT
  20. Washington                                West Bethlehem                              EQT
  21. Washington                                West Bethlehem                              EQT
  22. Washington                                West Bethlehem                              EQT

OH Permits for week October 14, 2017

           County                                   Township                                          E&P Companies

  1. Harrison                                       Cadiz                                                  Hess
  2. Harrison                                       Cadiz                                                  Hess
  3. Harrison                                       Cadiz                                                  Hess
  4. Harrison                                       Cadiz                                                  Hess
  5. Harrison                                       Cadiz                                                  Hess
  6. Jefferson                                     Cross Creek                                      Ascent
  7. Jefferson                                     Cross Creek                                      Ascent
  8. Jefferson                                     Cross Creek                                      Ascent
  9. Monroe                                        Green                                                 Eclipse
  10. Monroe                                        Ohio                                                   Statoil
  11. Monroe                                        Ohio                                                   Statoil

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