Frustrated E&Ps Already Working Around MVP's Endless Delays

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Appalachian natural gas producers won’t be changing course due to another major delay in opening the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP). Instead they will be doubling down on reining in production growth due to constraints on firm transport (FT) out of the basin — constraints that MVP’s 2 billion cubic feet per day of capacity might have forestalled for a few years more.

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