$6.96 | -0.11 February 5, 2023 4:12 PM ET


Equitrans Midstream Corporation’s Water Services group supports a full cycle of water transportation for natural gas development activities in the Appalachian Basin. Equitrans’ Water Services group owns and operates a unique and robust system that, as of year-end 2021, included approximately 200 miles of pipeline and 23 fresh water impoundment facilities, which are concentrated in southwestern PA and southeastern OH. The water is withdrawn from the Monongahela River, Ohio River, local reservoirs, regional waterways, and municipal sources.

During 2021, the Company began construction of a mixed-use water system in Greene County, Pennsylvania to transport produced recycled water. As of the date of this report, the system is targeted for a partial in-service in 2022, with the majority of the system targeted for a 2023 in-service. The mixed-use water system is designed to include 71 miles of buried water pipeline, two water storage facilities with 350,000 barrels of capacity, and two interconnects with the Company’s existing Pennsylvania fresh water systems and will provide services to producers in southwestern Pennsylvania. As of December 31, 2021, the Company’s mixed-use water system included approximately eight miles of buried pipeline.

Current customers include:
EQT, Range Resources, CNX, SWN, Gulfport, Ascent, Greylock, Appalachian Water Services, and Stone Ridge Energy

For any inquiries regarding Equitrans Midstream Water Services, please contact Matt Ciprich – MCiprich@equitransmidstream.com