Expansion set for Mont Belvieu fractionator

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Oct. 11
-- Gulf Coast Fractionators, a partnership operated by ConocoPhillips, plans a 42% expansion of its gas liquids fractionation plant at Mont Belvieu, Tex.

The $75-million project will increase capacity to 145,000 b/d. The expansion is to come online in second-quarter 2012.

Construction is not expected to disrupt existing operations.

Other partners are Devon Energy Corp. and Targa Resources Partners LP.

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