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Three More Companies Join Appalachia Energy Collaboration

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Appalachian Energy Future announced Wednesday that three major energy companies have joined the collaboration to support a regional clean energy ecosystem.

DT Midstream, Southwestern Energy and Williams have joined the alliance which aims to educate local and regional leaders and groups on the benefits of hub development in the Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia region while addressing policies, regulations and other related topics. Appalachian Energy Future connects companies in the energy, infrastructure and industrial sectors with community leaders and regional actors to support the advancement of just energy transitions.

“Our alliance provides common ground for stakeholders to come together and join forces for a successful transition to a clean energy hub that can become a magnet for new industrial development,” said Michael Docherty, executive director of Appalachian Energy Future. “The possibility of becoming a national model for a clean energy ecosystem depends on all industries working together towards this common goal. I am delighted to broaden our base of collaboration with these new members.

DT Midstream owns, operates and develops interstate and intrastate natural gas pipelines, storage and gathering systems transporting clean natural gas for utilities, power plants, distributors, large industrial customers and gas producers. energy from the South, Northeast and Midwest. United States and Canada. Southwestern Energy Co. is a leading natural gas producer, working to secure natural gas’s role in a low-carbon future in two major natural gas basins in the United States. And Williams is an energy infrastructure company operating across the natural gas value chain, operating more than 30,000 miles of pipelines and processing approximately 30% of the nation’s natural gas.

The companies join existing alliance members EQT Corp., Equinor, GE Gas Power, Marathon Petroleum (including its subsidiary MPLX), Mitsubishi Power, Shell Polymers and Pittsburgh-based US Steel.