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Operations

Louisiana

Our Louisiana system includes approximately 3,400 miles of gas gathering and transmission systems with a total capacity of approximately 4 Bcf/d, processing facilities with a total processing capacity of approximately 1.7 Bcf/d, and natural gas and NGL storage facilities. 

North Louisiana

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We have one of the largest gathering and transmissions pipeline system in Louisiana, consisting of about 4,500 miles of transmission and gathering pipelines extending from the Haynesville Shale to onshore…

We have one of the largest gathering and transmissions pipeline system in Louisiana, consisting of about 4,500 miles of transmission and gathering pipelines extending from the Haynesville Shale to onshore production in south-central and southeast Louisiana. Resource plays include the Haynesville Shale, Austin Chalk, Tuscaloosa Marine Shale, and Miocene/Wilcox.

Gas Gathering and Transportation

The LIG gathering and transmission pipeline system consists of approximately 3,320 miles on the southern system with a capacity in excess of 1.5 Bcf/d. The northern system has approximately 815 miles of gas gathering pipeline with approximately 465 MMcf/d. The Gulf Coast gathering and transmission system is comprised of approximately 1,120 miles of onshore systems with a capacity of 1.2 Bcf/d, as well as underground storage facilities with a capacity of over 11 Bcf/d. 

Processing

~335 MMcf/d of processing capacity

Fractionation

~10,800 bpd of fractionation capacity 

Henry Hub

We have ownership and management of the title tracking services offered at the Henry Hub, the delivery location for the NYMEX natural gas futures contracts. Henry Hub is connected to 13 major interstate and intrastate natural gas pipeline and storage systems with the ability to transport 1.8 Bcf/d across the Henry Hub. 

Storage

~11 Bcf of natural gas, including two storage facilities near Sorrento and one facility near Napoleonville

Market Access

Gas: delivery interconnects to major industrials in the Donaldsonville, Plaquemine, and Geismar areas of the Mississippi River Corridor

NGLs: interconnects with fractionators and industrial consumers on the Mississippi River

Commercial Contacts
John Pellegrin, Vice President, Commercial
Blake Arnold, Director, Gas Supply
Ben Harper, Commercial Development Representative
Taylor Rahm, Commercial Development Representative
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Louisiana Processing and NGL

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Our south Louisiana NGL and processing assets include about 600 miles of liquids transport lines, processing and fractionation assets, and underground storage. We also own and operate an NGL and crude…

Our south Louisiana NGL and processing assets include about 600 miles of liquids transport lines, processing and fractionation assets, and underground storage. We also own and operate an NGL and crude receiving terminal in the Midland/Odessa area and in Geismar, Louisiana, as well as an NGL receiving terminal in North Texas and Eunice, Louisiana.

Gathering and Transportation

~600-miles of raw make NGL pipelines with a capacity of approximately 130,000 bpd through the Cajun-Sibon pipeline system 

Processing

1.4 Bcf/d of gas processing capacity

Fractionation

~195,000 bpd of fractionation capacity

Storage

3.2 million barrels of underground storage capacity at Napoleonville; currently operated in butane service 

Gulf Coast Fractionator

38.75% economic interest in the Gulf Coast Fractionator located in Mont Belvieu, Texas, which has a capacity of approximately 145 million bpd  

Truck and Rail

terminals at Riverside, Eunice, and Mesquite

Market Access

Our PNGL assets provide access to major Mont Belvieu supply pipelines, providing connections for NGLs from the Permian Basin, Midcontinent, Barnett Shale, Eagle Ford, and Rocky Mountain areas to our NGL fractionation facilities in south-central Louisiana and Mississippi River Corridor markets. Extensive rail receiving facilities also allow access to remote production areas such as the Bakken, Marcellus, Utica, and Canada.

Commercial Contacts
John Pellegrin, Vice President, Commercial – Gas Processing
Chris Tennant, Senior Vice President, Commercial – NGL and Crude
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