Permian Producers Losing Capacity Race Amid Surging Gas Output

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An unexpected surge in associated gas volumes from the Permian Basin has set off a scramble to boost takeaway capacity out of the oily play. And while expansions of pipelines built in the last three years will serve as a stopgap, at least one more major greenfield project is all but certain.

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