Mariner East NGL Pipeline

Summary Information

  • Source: Marcellus Shale areas in Western Pennsylvania
  • Destination: Marcus Hook, Pennsylvania
  • Ownership: Sunoco Logistics
  • Website: http://www.sunocologistics.com/
  • Length: kilometres ( miles)
  • Capacity: 70,000 barrels per day
  • Product Type: Ethane and Propane

Brief Description

  • The pipeline project is to deliver propane and ethane from the liquid rich Marcellus Shale areas in Western Pennsylvania, including Markwest Houston Gas Processing Center, Pennsylvania, to South eastern Pennsylvania
  • The pipeline will also recieve NGLs from the Revolution Natural Gas Processing Plant
  • The project is anticipated to have an initial capacity to transport approximately 70,000 barrels per day of natural gas liquids and can be expanded to support higher volumes
  • For Mariner East 2, Sunoco Logistics plans to construct a pipeline from processing and fractionation complexes in Western Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Eastern Ohio for transport to the Marcus Hook Industrial Complex

Pipeline Status

  • In operation
  • Mariner East 2 is expected to be operational by the end of 2016

History

  • 2012 - Sunoco Logistics Announces Binding Open Season
  • 2012 - Sunoco Logistics announced a successful open season
  • 2014 - Phase 2 project launched
  • 2014 - Phase 1 pipeline enters service
  • 2016 - [ Fluor Awarded Construction Management Contract for Mariner East 2 Project

Other Information

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Links

  1. Sunoco Logistics Announces Binding Open Season For Project Mariner East
  2. Sunoco Logistics Partners L.P. Announces Successful Open Season For Project Mariner East
  3. CONSOL Energy Announces Plans to Supply European Cracker Facilities with Ethane from the Marcellus Shale in Western Pennsylvania
  4. Sunoco Logistics To Invest Approximately $2.5 Billion For Mariner East 2
  5. Energy Transfer Partners Provides Details on Previously Announced Revolution Project
  6. Fluor Awarded Construction Management Contract by Sunoco Logistics for Mariner East 2 Project

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