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Tower 1

Suite 1600

1515 Arapahoe Street

Denver, CO 80202

United States

Phone: 303-925-9200

Fax: 303-290-8769

and Processing: The Utica segment operates two processing complexes in the Utica Shale with a total capacity of approximately 585 MMcf/d; the Cadiz Complex and the Seneca Complex in Noble County, Ohio. In addition, the company expands its gathering system which spans approximately 230 miles and delivers natural gas to both of the processing complexes. The company’s gathering and processing facilities are supported by long-term fee based agreements with several key producers in the Utica Shale. Fractionation Facility and Market Outlets: Both the Cadiz Complex and Seneca Complex are connected via a NGL gathering pipeline system to the Hopedale Fractionation Facility. Hopedale Fractionation is a 60,000 Bbl/d facility that provides fractionation services for NGLs produced in the Utica and the Marcellus segments. Ethane Recovery and Associated Market Outlets: The company is in the process of constructing a 40,000 Bbl/d de-ethanization facility at its Cadiz Complex. Northeast segment Kentucky and southern West Virginia: The Northeast segment assets include the Kenova, Boldman, Cobb, Kermit and Langley natural gas processing complexes, a NGL pipeline and the Siloam fractionation facility. The Siloam fractionation facility can also be used to provide fractionation services to customers in the Marcellus and Utica Shales. In addition, the company has two caverns for storing propane at its Siloam facility and the company has additional propane storage capacity under a firm-capacity agreement with a third-party. Michigan: The company owns and operates a Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)-regulated crude oil pipeline in Michigan (Michigan Crude Pipeline) providing interstate transportation service. Southwest segment East Texas: The company owns a system that consists of natural gas gathering pipelines, centralized compressor stations, two natural gas processing complexes and two NGL pipelines (the East Texas System). The East Texas system is located in Panola, Harrison and Rusk counties. Oklahoma: The company owns gas gathering systems in the Granite Wash formation of western Oklahoma and the Texas panhandle, which are both connected to a natural gas processing complex in western Oklahoma. The gathering system includes centralized compression facilities. The majority of the gathered gas is compressed and delivered to the processing complex. In addition, the company owns an extensive natural gas gathering system in the Woodford Shale play in the Arkoma Basin of southeast Oklahoma. Javelina: The company owns and operate the Javelina processing and fractionation facility in Corpus Christi, Texas that treats, processes and fractionates off-gas from six local refineries operated by three different refinery customers. Other Southwest: The company owns natural gas gathering systems and lateral pipelines located in Texas, Louisiana and New Mexico, including the Appleby gathering system in Nacogdoches County, Texas. The company gathers a significant portion of the natural gas produced from fields adjacent to its gathering systems, including from wells targeting the Haynesville Shale. Eagle Ford Shale: In 2013, the company announced the execution of long-term fee-based agreements with Newfield for the development of a gathering system and associated terminalling services in the Eagle Ford Shale of south Texas. The company operates natural gas gathering pipelines and field compression to support production from Newfield's West Asherton area in Dimmit County, Texas. The company sells substantially all of the NGLs produced in the western Oklahoma processing complex to ONEOK Hydrocarbon L.P. (ONEOK) under a long-term contract. Equity Investment in Unconsolidated Affiliates: The company owns a 40% non-operating membership interest in Centrahoma, a joint venture with Atlas Pipeline Partners, L.P. (Atlas) that is accounted for using the equity method. Centrahoma owns certain processing plants in the Arkoma Basin and Atlas operates an additional processing plant that is not owned by Centrahoma but is located adjacent to and operates in conjunction with the Centrahoma plants. The company has signed long-

 

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