Edge LNG’s truck-based model produces LNG and delivers it to market. Edge Gathering Virtual Pipelines 2 LLC (Edge LNG) reported Wednesday that it will capture and liquefy natural gas from a large production company’s stranded wells in Tioga County, Pa., in the Marcellus basin. Edge LNG did not disclose the name of the large producer. “The Marcellus is an important region for us, there is lots of potential here with a large number of stranded wells,” Mark Casaday, CEO of Edge LNG, commented in a written statement emailed to Rigzone. “So much gas goes unharnessed purely because lack of access to a pipeline has meant there is no economic way to take it to market.” Under the deal, Edge LNG will deploy its mobile, truck-delivered liquefied natural gas (LNG) equipment clusters to the wellsite, the company stated. It explained that each cluster includes two “Cryobox” liquefaction units that employ […]