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Woodland commissions natural gas infrastructure

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Woodland Midstream has successfully completed and commenced full commercial operations of its Deadwood system, located in Panola County, Texas, US.

Phase I of Deadwood includes a 60 million ft3/d processing plant with liquids stabilisation, low pressure and high pressure gathering, and a residue trunkline dedicated to a downstream market. Phase II of Deadwood will add additional processing and compression capacity, expanding Deadwood to a 100 million ft3/d facility. Phase II is expected to commence operations in 2Q18 based on contracted party and third party volume projections.

Woodland Midstream is focused on acquiring, developing, operating and optimising natural gas and natural gas liquids infrastructure.

“Woodland is excited to provide a unique approach of enhanced midstream services and value creation to East Texas producers. Our success in permitting, designing and constructing a system of this scale within six months of contract execution speaks volumes to the capabilities of the Woodland team. We believe in the long-term growth potential of the East Texas and North Louisiana regions, and remain committed to this area as a focal point for our future investments," stated Richard Wright, President and CEO of Woodland.

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