Natural gas plant planned for Oklahoma, Kansas play

SemGroup Corp., Tulsa, and Exterran Holdings Inc., Houston, will develop a 60-MMcfd natural gas processing plant for SemGas LP.

The plant and equipment are needed, the companies report, to meet the growing demand for midstream services in the Mississippi play.

SemGroup spokesperson Liz Barclay told OGJ the precise location for the plant has yet to be decided but it will be in the northern Oklahoma and southern Kansas.

Exterran will design and fabricate the plant that will “feature state-of-the-art cryogenic technology for natural gas liquid extraction and enhanced ethane recovery.”

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