West Union, WV
(Marcellus Field Office)
(Bakken Field Office)
Grand Prairie, TX
(Barnett Field Office)
(Piceance Field Office)
Grand River Gathering
The Mountaineer Midstream system is a natural gas gathering system located in Doddridge and Harrison counties in West Virginia. The system is comprised of approximately 49 miles of 10 to 16-inch diameter pipeline and approximately 21,300 horsepower of compression. Mountaineer Midstream offers fee-based, high-pressure gathering and compression services to its customers who are targeting natural gas production from the Marcellus Shale formation. Natural gas is received onto the Mountaineer Midstream system at central receipt points and is delivered to MarkWest’s Sherwood Processing Complex.
The Bison Midstream system is an associated natural gas gathering system located in Mountrail and Burke counties in North Dakota. The system is comprised of 3 to 10-inch diameter pipelines that comprise approximately 300 miles of polyethylene pipeline and 88 miles of high-pressure steel pipeline. The system also has approximately 9,000 horsepower of compression across six compressor stations. Bison Midstream offers primarily fee-based, low and high-pressure gathering services to its customers who are targeting crude oil production from the Bakken and Three Forks shale formations in the Williston Basin. The Bison Midstream system gathers and compresses associated natural gas that exists in the crude oil production stream from the wellhead and delivers the natural gas to the Aux Sable Midstream LLC’s Palermo Plant for conditioning. The natural gas is subsequently discharged to downstream pipelines that deliver gas for further processing in the Chicago area.
The DFW Midstream system is a natural gas gathering system primarily located in southeastern Tarrant County, Texas. The system is comprised of approximately 128 miles of 8- to 30-inch diameter pipeline and approximately 66,100 horsepower of compression. DFW Midstream offers fee-based, low- and high-pressure gathering services to its customers who are targeting natural gas production from the Barnett Shale formation in the Ft. Worth Basin. Natural gas is received onto the DFW Midstream system directly at the wellhead (or drill pad site) for all customers. The DFW Midstream system interconnects with third-party intrastate pipelines including Atmos Energy Corp.’s (NYSE: ATO) Line X, Energy Transfer Partners, L.P.’s (NYSE: ETP) Old Ocean Pipeline, and Enterprise’s Trinity River Lateral Pipeline.
Grand River Gathering
The Grand River system is a natural gas gathering and processing system located in the Piceance Basin in western Colorado and eastern Utah. The system is comprised of approximately 1,779 miles of 2- to 36-inch diameter pipeline and approximately 154,240 horsepower of compression. Grand River offers primarily fee-based gas gathering and processing services to its customers who are targeting the production of natural gas and natural gas liquids from the Mesaverde, Mancos, and Niobrara Shale formations underlying the Piceance Basin. Natural gas is received onto the Grand River system directly at the wellhead (or drill pad site) for certain customers and at various central receipt points for other customers. Volume throughput on Grand River is interconnected with downstream pipelines serving Enterprise Products Partners L.P.’s (NYSE: EPD) Meeker Natural Gas Processing Plant, Williams Partners L.P.’s (NYSE: WPZ) Northwest Pipeline system, and Kinder Morgan Energy Partners L.P.’s (NYSE: KPM) TransColorado Pipeline system. Processed natural gas liquids from the Grand River Gathering system are injected into Enterprise’s Mid-America Pipeline system.