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333 Clay Street

Suite 1600

Houston, TX 77002

United States

Phone: 713-646-4100

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ural gas processing plants located in Louisiana and Alabama with an aggregate natural gas processing capacity of approximately 0.6 Bcf per day. In 2013, it completed various modifications to its Patterson, Louisiana gas processing facility, which included new pipeline and customer connections. The company also owns and/or operates four straddle plants and two field gas processing plants located in Western Canada with an aggregate gross natural gas processing capacity of approximately 6.7 Bcf per day and long-term liquid supply contracts relating to a third-party owned straddle plant with gross processing capacity of approximately 2.5 Bcf per day. Condensate Stabilization Facility In 2013, the company completed construction of a condensate stabilization facility in La Salle County, Texas, which is designed to extract natural gas liquids from condensate. The facility, which has two stabilizers and a capacity of 80,000 barrels per day, is adjacent to its Gardendale terminal and rail facility. NGL Fractionation and Isomerization Facilities Fort Saskatchewan: The company’s Fort Saskatchewan facility has a fractionation capacity of approximately 45,000 barrels per day and produces both spec NGL products and C3/C4 mix for delivery to the Sarnia facility through the Enbridge pipeline. Sarnia: The Sarnia Fractionator is the fractionation plant in Eastern Canada and receives NGL feedstock from the Enbridge Pipeline, the Kalkaska Pipeline, and from refineries, gas plants and chemical plants in the area. The fractionation unit has a gross useable capacity of 120,000 barrels per day and produces specification propane, isobutane, normal butane and natural gasoline. Its ownership in the various processing units at the Sarnia Fractionator ranges from 62% to 84%. Shafter: The company’s Shafter facility located near Bakersfield, California provides isomerization and fractionation services to producers and customers. The primary assets consist of approximately 200,000 barrels of NGL storage and a processing facility with butane isomerization capacity of approximately 14,000 barrels per day and NGL fractionation capacity of approximately 12,000 barrels per day. Gardendale: In 2013, the company announced a project to construct a new NGL fractionator in the Eagle Ford area of south Texas that would have a capacity of approximately 15,000 barrels per day of NGL Y-Grade and off-spec Y-Grade product. The fractionator would be located near existing PAA assets in Gardendale (La Salle County), Texas, and would be designed to fractionate NGL Y-Grade and to treat and fractionate off-spec Y-Grade sourced from its area gathering system, its condensate stabilizer and throughout the Eagle Ford producing region. Rail Facilities Crude Oil Rail Loading Facilities The company owns five active crude oil and condensate rail loading terminals that service production in the Niobrara, Eagle Ford and Bakken shale formations and has a combined loading capacity of approximately 211,000 barrels per day. These facilities are located in Carr, Colorado; Tampa, Colorado; Gardendale, Texas; Manitou, North Dakota; and Van Hook, North Dakota. The company placed the Tampa, Colorado facility into service in 2013. The company is expanding its Van Hook and Carr terminals to increase loading capacity at each terminal from 35,000 and 15,000 barrels per day, respectively, to 68,000 barrels per day. In addition, it is constructing crude oil rail loading facilities in Western Canada, which the company expects to be in service in mid-2015. Crude Oil Rail Unloading Facilities The company owns two active crude oil rail unloading terminals and has one additional unloading terminal under construction. Its terminal at St. James, Louisiana is connected to its active rail unloading facility that has an unload capacity of 140,000 barrels of sweet crude oil per day. The company’s Yorktown, Virginia rail facility was placed into service in 2013. This facility receives unit trains and has an unload capacity of approximately 140,000 barrels per day. NGL Rail Facilities The company owns 19 operational NGL rail facilities located throughout the United

 

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