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Enable Midstream completes Bradley II processing plant

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Enable Midstream Partners, LP has announced that its Bradley II Plant is now fully operational. The Bradley II Plant, a 200 million ft3/d natural gas processing plant located at Enable’s Bradley Processing Complex in Grady County, Oklahoma, further enhances Enable’s market leading natural gas gathering and processing capabilities in the prominent SCOOP and STACK plays in central Oklahoma.

"The Bradley II Plant provides natural gas processing capacity to support our customers’ development in the prolific SCOOP and STACK plays and continues the build out of our super header system, which is uniquely positioned to support long term production growth out of these plays as well as other plays located in the Anadarko Basin,” said President and CEO Rod Sailor. “Bradley II will also provide natural gas supply into Enable’s interstate and intrastate transportation pipelines for delivery to downstream markets in the midcontinent and southeast US.”

The new Bradley II Plant is a state of the art cryogenic natural gas processing plant and is the ninth processing plant to be connected to Enable’s super header processing system, a large diameter pipeline system with the capacity to process almost 1.7 billion ft3/d of natural gas.


Adapted from press release by Francesca Brindle

Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/gas-processing/12072016/enable-midstream-completes-bradley-ii-processing-plant-oklahoma-3686/


 

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