The Woodlands, TX
Areas of Operation
Areas of Operation
The Marcellus Shale segment includes the Mountaineer Midstream system, a natural gas gathering system located
in Doddridge and Harrison counties in West Virginia. The system offers fee-based, high-pressure gathering and
compression services to its customers who are targeting natural gas production from the Marcellus Shale
formation in the Appalachian Basin. Natural gas is received onto the Mountaineer Midstream system at central
receipt points and is delivered to MPLX LP’s Sherwood Processing Complex.
The Williston Basin segment includes the Bison Midstream system, an associated natural gas gathering system
located in Mountrail and Burke counties in North Dakota; the Polar and Divide system, a crude oil and produced
water gathering system and transmission pipelines located in Williams and Divide counties in North Dakota;
and the Tioga Midstream system, a crude oil, produced water and associated natural gas gathering system
located in Williams County in North Dakota.
The Williston segment offers primarily fee-based natural gas, crude oil and produced water gathering services
to its customers who are targeting crude oil production from the Bakken and Three Forks shale formations in
the Williston Basin. The Williston associated natural gas is delivered to either the Aux Sable Midstream LLC’s
Palermo Plant or directly to third-party downstream pipelines. Crude oil is delivered either into Crestwood
Equity Partners LP’s COLT Hub, to the COLT rail terminal in Epping, North Dakota; Enbridge, Inc.’s North Dakota
Pipeline System; Global Partner’s LP’s Basin Transload Rail Terminal and to downstream pipelines. Produced
water is delivered to third-party or producer-owned injection wells or disposal wells.
The Barnett Shale segment includes the DFW Midstream system, a natural gas gathering system primarily located
in southeastern Tarrant County, Texas. The system 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 Line X, Energy Transfer Partners, L.P.’s Old Ocean Pipeline, and Enterprise Products Partners
L.P.’s Trinity River Lateral Pipeline.
The Piceance/DJ Basins segment includes the Grand River system and the Niobrara G&P system, natural gas
gathering and processing systems located in the Piceance Basin in western Colorado and eastern Utah. The
system 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 and the Niobrara and Codell Shale formations underlying the DJ
Basin. Grand River is interconnected with downstream pipelines serving Enterprise Products Partners L.P.’s
Meeker Natural Gas Processing Plant, Williams Partners L.P.’s Northwest Pipeline system and Kinder Morgan
Inc.’s TransColorado Pipeline system. Processed natural gas liquids from the Grand River Gathering system
are injected into EPD’s Mid-America Pipeline system. The Niobrara G&P system interconnects with
Colorado Interstate Gas and Overland Pass Pipeline.
The Utica Shale segment includes Summit Utica, a natural gas gathering system in Belmont and Monroe counties
in southeastern Ohio. Summit Utica gathers and delivers natural gas to interconnections with the Utica Ohio
River Pipeline System, a third-party intrastate pipeline.
SMLP also owns substantially all of a 40% ownership interest in Ohio Gathering, which is included in the Utica
Shale segment. Ohio Gathering is developing natural gas gathering and condensate stabilization infrastructure
in the Utica Shale in southeastern Ohio.