Gas Gathering Agreement

كتب - آخر تحديث - 21 سبتمبر 2021

27, in which EQT will receive, inter alia, lower costs for the transport of natural gas in exchange for about half of its stake in Equitrans. The Minimum Volume Commitment (MVC) also increases to 3.0 billion cubic feet per day under the agreement. MVC`s incremental increases begin when Equitrans`s Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) comes into operation. The pipeline project addresses the remaining legal and regulatory challenges. It is still targeting a full commissioning date at the end of 2020, with an overall estimate of the project`s cost of $US 5.3 to 5.5 billion, according to Equitrans. As part of the 15-year gas collection agreement, which covers Pennsylvania and West Virginia, EQT receives a reduced collection fee for two years and $52 million in cash from Equitrans. The companies also said Equitrans` MVC revenue under the new deal is approximately $2.1 billion higher than that of the former CMMs with EQT. This gas collection agreement will be entered into and entered into on April 27, 2017 (with each contract and facilities, this “Agreement”), but will be effective on April 27, 2017 (effective date) between Rosehill Operating Company, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company (“Producer”), and Gateway Gathering and Marketing Company, a Maryland company (“Collector”). Producers and collectors can be referred to individually as “parties” or, together, as “parties”.

“Today is a transformative day for E-Train,” said Thomas F. Karam, President and CEO of ETRN. “We are taking steps to quickly and significantly strengthen our balance sheet. We have entered into a Blend, Broaden, And Extend contract with EQT, which will strengthen our partnership and position both companies for long-term success. This Gas Collection Agreement (“Agreement”) is entered into retroactively with effect from July 1, 2018 (“Effective Date”) by and between APACHE CORPORATION, a Delaware corporation (with its successors and authorized transferees, “Producer”), and ALPINE HIGH GATHERING LP, a Delaware limited partnership (with its successors and authorized transfer receivers, “collectors”). Producers and collectors can be referred to individually as “parties” or, together, as “parties”. From the effective date, DBM offers a stable service in the delivered gas system. DBM strives to regulate the flow of gas in volume and at the times desired by DBM, in order to operate the downstream facilities with caution and/or to meet the fluctuating conditions of DBM`s markets. . .

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