Kinder Morgan Energy Partners awards 100 percent of the capacity for its Broad Run Project to Antero Resources' Utica and Marcellus production

Houston-based Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P. recently announced that its Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company has awarded Denver-based Antero Resources "100 percent of the capacity offered" in the company's binding open season for its proposed Broad Run Flexibility and Broad Run Expansion Projects, CNBC.com reports. The estimated $782 million project will enable southbound service to provide outlets for growing production in the Utica and Marcellus shale plays. The cost includes "horsepower and piping modifications at existing stations, and one new compressor station on the Broad Run Lateral, all in West Virginia; two new mainline compressor stations in Tennessee and Kentucky; and modifications to five existing mainline compressor stations in Kentucky."

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