Enable Midstream commissions Oklahoma gas plant
Enable Midstream Partners LP, Oklahoma City, has fully commissioned a second cryogenic natural gas processing plant at its Bradley processing complex in Grady County, Okla.
Designed to expand gathering and processing capabilities for customers in central Oklahoma’s SCOOP and STACK plays, the 200-MMcfd Bradley II plant is the company’s ninth processing plant to be connected to its superheader processing system, a large-diameter pipeline system that has combined capacity to handle about 1.7 bcfd of gas production from the Anadarko basin, Enable said.
Alongside supporting growth along the superheader system, the Bradley II plant also will provide gas supply to Enable’s interstate and intrastate transportation pipelines for delivery to the US Midcontinent and Southeast downstream markets, said Rod Sailor, Enable’s president and chief executive officer.
A further expansion of the superheader system is to include the 200-MMcfd Wildhorse cryogenic gas processing plant in Garvin County, Okla.
Enable said it expects the Wildhorse plant to be in service sometime in late 2017.
The company previously let a contract to CB&I, Houston, to provide engineering and procurement of equipment and process modules for Bradley II, which also is equipped with CB&I’s proprietary NGL-MAX gas processing technology (OGJ Online, Sept. 16, 2014).
Enable commissioned the 200-MMcfd Bradley I plant during first-quarter 2015, according the company’s latest annual report.
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