|  Clifton Linton

ETI Featured Article: Gas Producers Flush with Y-Grade, Looking at Tank Cars as Transport Option

The issue is a shortage of fractionation capacity, a shortage of pipeline capacity and even cavern storage capacity. The product in question is y-grade -- the raw mix of natural gas liquids that accompanies the production of natural gas. There’s too much and not enough ability to process it. And that’s the reason why some oil and natural gas producers are looking to load rail cars with raw, mixed natural gas liquids and send them on a hunt for underutilized fractionation plants. ...

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