PHILADELPHIA – Stradley Ronon Partner Andrew S. Levine spoke at the Appalachian Oil & Gas Conference on the topic, “NGL Pipelines, Terminals, and Shipping – Progress for the East Coast,” on Oct. 25 in Pittsburgh. Levine and fellow panelists discussed the progress on pipelines, status of terminal and downstream facility development, potential for Marcus Hook terminal and other Philadelphia-area locations to become an export and/or processing hub, and the potential economic benefit to the Philadelphia region from the natural gas liquids processing and export.
Levine co-chairs Stradley Ronon’s environmental practice group. He concentrates on working with large-scale developers and investors on a variety of energy-related projects throughout the mid-Atlantic region, including refineries, microgrids, CHP plants, large-scale energy efficiency, pipeline development, renewable power, and landfill gas facilities.
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