Record Ohio gas production spurs new natural gas processing and generation facilities
In October 2017, Ohio’s natural gas production reached a new high of 5.5 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d), doubling its May 2015 values. Most of Ohio’s natural gas production growth has come from the development of the Utica shale play, and Ohio currently represents 6% of total U.S. production. As the state’s natural gas production expands, Ohio’s natural gas processing capacity and natural gas-fired electric generation capacity have grown as well. With additional projects scheduled to come online in the coming years, growth in capacity for making use of Ohio’s natural gas and its products is expected to continue.
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