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EIA NGL Production Grows  5% Y-o-Y

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NGL Roundup: June 5, 2023

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  • EIA NGL production grew 3% M-o-M (250 Mb/d) and 5% Y-o-Y (293 Mb/d). TX Inland and New Mexico production came in higher than expected, largely due to higher ethane recovery. Ethane production in those sub-PADDs hit a record high 1,575 Mb/d, indicating the Permian continues to be in full recovery.
  • Ethane recovery in the Anadarko also surprised, reaching levels not seen since the Medford fractionator explosion last July. Disruptions at Shell’s Monaca cracker, on the other hand, led to decreased ethane production in the Northeast.
  • Propane/propylene inventories continue to mark new 5-year highs, even after accounting for record propane/propylene exports.
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