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Company Overview of DCP Midstream LLC

Company Overview

DCP Midstream, LLC, together with its subsidiaries, is engaged in gathering, processing, compressing, treating, transporting, storing, and selling natural gas in the United States. The company is also involved in producing, fractionating, transporting, storing, and selling natural gas liquids (NGLs); recovering and selling condensate; and trading and marketing natural gas and NGLs. It serves gas marketers and industrial end users; and multi-national petrochemical and refining companies, and small regional propane distributors. The company was formerly known as Duke Energy Field Services, LLC and changed its name to DCP Midstream, LLC in January 2007. DCP Midstream, LLC was founded in 1929 an...

370 17th Street

Suite 2500

Denver, CO 80202

United States

Founded in 1929

Phone:

303-595-3331

Key Executives for DCP Midstream LLC

Chairman
Age: 44
Chief Financial Officer and Group Vice President
Age: 44
Chief Executive Officer of DCP Midstream Partners
Age: 59
President of DCP Midstream Partners
Age: 58
President of South & Midcontinent Business Units
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

DCP Midstream LLC Key Developments

DCP Midstream LLC Presents at Hart Energy's DUG Bakken and Niobrara Conference, Apr-03-2014 03:30 PM

DCP Midstream LLC Presents at Hart Energy's DUG Bakken and Niobrara Conference, Apr-03-2014 03:30 PM. Venue: Colorado Convention Center, Denver, Colorado, United States. Speakers: Kevin Williams, Senior Vice President of North Region.

DCP Midstream LLC to Expand Sour Processing Capacity

DCP Midstream LLC announced capital investments that will support the need by producers for further infrastructure in the rapidly expanding Permian Basin. DCP Midstream will construct a 200 million cubic foot per day (MMcf/d) sour natural gas processing plant, Zia II Plant, in Lea County, N.M., with associated gathering system expansions to service producers in both southeast New Mexico and west Texas regions of the Permian Basin. In addition to the Zia II Plant, the project includes front-end treating for sour gas, two acid gas injection wells, a 50-mile, 20-inch high pressure trunk line that will intersect DCP Midstream's existing New Mexico gathering system, and new high-pressure pipelines and compression in west Texas. The project is expected to be in commercial operation during the first half of 2015.

DCP Midstream LLC Presents at Wells Fargo 12(th) Annual MLP, Pipeline & Energy Conference, Dec-10-2013 10:35 AM

DCP Midstream LLC Presents at Wells Fargo 12(th) Annual MLP, Pipeline & Energy Conference, Dec-10-2013 10:35 AM. Venue: The Waldorf Astoria, 301 Park Avenue, New York, New York, United States. Speakers: Sean O'brien, Chief Financial Officer and Group Vice President.

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