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Canyon Midstream Partners Opens Natural Gas Processing in Woodward County, Oklahoma

04/19/2018
Canyon Midstream Partners II has commenced operations at its newly constructed natural gas processing facility in Woodward County, Oklahoma.

The Redcliff Plant processes gas volumes gathered on an extensive pipeline system constructed by CMP2 in Oklahoma's Woodward, Dewey, Blaine and Canadian counties (the Redcliff Gathering System).

The Redcliff system serves producers across more than 57,000 dedicated acres in the volatile oil, condensate and wet gas windows of the highly economic STACK Play. STACK Play is an area in the Anadarko Basin of Oklahoma. The acronym STACK is derived from “Sooner Trend oil field, Anadarko basin, Canadian and Kingfisher counties.

"The commencement of operations at our Redcliff project represents an exciting milestone for our company and a tremendous accomplishment by our project management team over the past 13 months. The multiple productive zones and outstanding well results in our service territory underscore the need for efficient and reliable midstream infrastructure to support the development plans of our producer customers," said Michael Walsh, President & CEO of CMP2.

"We believe our plant's location provides Redcliff customers with access to the most attractive markets, and anticipates takeaway requirements for future production growth,” he added.

Dale Harper, Senior Vice President of Engineering and Operations at CMP2, added, "The Redcliff pipeline, field stations and plant have been designed for expansion as the area moves toward multi-well pad development. Our experienced operating team is dedicated to providing our customers with responsive and dependable service, day in and day out."

The Redcliff Plant provides its customers with 200 million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d) of GSP cryogenic gas processing capacity and access to premium residue gas markets on ANR and Southern Star Central.

The Redcliff Gathering System currently includes 84 miles of 20" steel trunkline and five field compression stations with 21,000 hp of installed compression. An additional 5,500 hp of compression is on order in anticipation of well completions scheduled over the next six months. Based on recent well results and projected volumes dedicated to the Redcliff system, CMP2 has commenced preliminary evaluation and design work for a second 200 MMcf/d processing train at the Redcliff Plant.

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