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MarkWest Investing Billions

Turbo Expander Being Used To Separate Gases

July 14, 2013

CADIZ — The ethane being produced in the Marcellus and Utica shale region should be enough to support construction of several ethane crackers, officials with MarkWest Energy believe....

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Jul-14-13 12:41 AM

MarkWest, apparently you haven't heard. WVUGEO insists there's just not that much gas down there. You need to change the design of that facility into a CO2 to snake oil plant. GEO has all the plans on how to do the conversion for free, so ask him.

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Jul-14-13 7:06 AM

OMG! American Industry at work, creating jobs and products?

Obama will HAVE to have the EPA figure out how to shut this down.

What? POLITICAL DONATIONS $$$$?? OK, look the other way. . . . .

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Jul-14-13 8:01 AM

McHale's Gravy: "McHale said, "The only bad thing about this shale development is that it happened too late to save the mills." Talk about oversimplification and total Bull! Is that young kid even from this area? Why can't McHale and Co. control their "wonderful" fractionation plant in Washington County, PA? That refinery continues to spew huge black fireballs into the sky on a regular basis. Some local residents call them MARKWASTE, and others have begun having unexplained nosebleeds, sound familiar?

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Jul-14-13 8:10 AM

I can see "huge black fireballs" in the sky from my house! LOL

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Jul-14-13 8:45 AM

Marcellus "unexplained nosebleeds, sound familiar?"

Yeah, my kid used to get those, but when he stopped picking it they went away. Maybe you should try that, Marcellus.

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Jul-15-13 6:36 AM

No one would be surprised if TROLLSLAYER has had some nosebleeds too, from his rude and disrespectful remarks to others. He (or she) is the biggest cyberbully on this message board, wonder why TS hasn't been banned from commenting? Back to MarkWest, did everyone see that huge black mushroom cloud of smoke last evening, from 5:30pm to 8:30pm? That was another by-product of "clean burning" natural gas... another "upset" at MarkWest's Houston Pa plant. You really have to wonder if that company knows what it is doing, other than polluting the air in the tri-state on a regular basis!

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