Marcellus Shale Projects

Anadarko - Marcellus Midstream Development

UPI provided engineering, design and procurement services for the development of Anadarko’s midstream operations in the Marcellus Shale production area. Midstream facilities begin downstream of the production meter and include receipt and delivery metering, dehydration, well pad piping, 6-inch Flexsteel gathering lines, 6-inch to 12-inch steel gathering pipelines and pipeline facilities.

Anadarko - Marcellus Midstream Development - Seely Trunkline Project

UPI provided engineering, design, procurement and construction management services for the Seely Trunkline, which consists of 24.6 miles of 24-inch and 7.4 miles of 16-inch natural gas gathering pipeline and associated pipeline facilities in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania. The project includes seven horizontal directional drills in the Appalachian Mountains.

Anadarko - Marcellus Midstream Development - Sproul Trunkline Project

UPI provided engineering, design, procurement and construction management services for the Sproul Trunkline. This natural gas system consists of 27.4 miles of 20-inch and 16-inch pipeline and associated pipeline facilities in Centre County and Clinton County, Pennsylvania.

EXCO Resources - Marcellus Salt Water Program Management

The project consists of providing services to develop and engineer EXCO’s Marcellus salt water gathering/disposal system. The system includes over 60 well hookups, 16 miles of pipeline, modifications to 10 salt water common points, fabrication of 20 mainline risers and multiple county and lease road crossings. UPI provided services including, but not limited to plan of development, AFE development, hydraulic modeling, gathering system design and routing, commercial & economics support, detailed process, design, well head facility design, central delivery facilities, vessel & process equipment design, HAZOP reviews, procurement and expediting, construction management and commissioning.

Southwestern Energy - Marcellus Water Program Management

The project consists of providing services to develop, engineer and manage SWN’s water infrastructure projects. Systems include several miles of large diameter pipelines for fresh water, produced water and treated water. UPI provided EPCM services including, but not limited to AFE development, project management, project controls and scheduling, hydraulic modeling, production engineering, permitting, field of development, design and routing, detailed process design, pump facility design, central delivery facilities, frac ponds, vessel & process equipment design, HAZOP reviews, material management, survey, construction management and commissioning.