MarkWest Energy Partners acquires Oklahoma gathering system from American Central

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Dec. 12 -- MarkWest Energy Partners LP has acquired American Central Western Oklahoma Gas Co. LLC's Foss Lake gathering system and Arapaho gas processing assets for $38 million.

The Foss Lake gathering system includes 167 miles of gathering pipeline connected with 280 wells. The gathering system has 65 MMscfd capacity with the ability to expand to 75 MMscfd. The current system throughput is 58 MMscfd.

All gas gathered into the Foss Lake system ultimately is compressed and delivered to the Arapaho processing plant. All of the residue gas from the Arapaho plant is delivered into the Panhandle Eastern Pipeline.

Koch Hydrocarbon LP purchases all of the natural gas liquids extracted at the Arapaho Plant.

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