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Coastal Gathering & Processing

Our Coastal plants process natural gas produced from shallow-water central and western Gulf of Mexico natural gas wells and from deep shelf and deep-water Gulf of Mexico production via connections to third-party pipelines or through pipelines owned by us. Our Coastal plants have access to markets across the U.S. through the interstate natural gas pipelines to which they are interconnected. The industry continues to rationalize gas processing capacity along the western Louisiana Gulf Coast with most of the producer volumes going to more efficient plants such as Targa’s Barracuda and Gillis plants.
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LOU and Coastal Straddles
Our Coastal assets, located in and offshore South Louisiana, gather and process natural gas produced from shallow-water central and western Gulf of Mexico natural gas wells and from deep shelf and deep-water Gulf of Mexico production via connections to third-party pipelines or through pipelines owned by us. They consist of approximately 4,445 MMcf/d of natural gas processing capacity, 11 MBbl/d of integrated fractionation capacity, 980 miles of onshore gathering system pipelines, and 200 miles of offshore gathering system pipelines. The processing plants are comprised of five wholly-owned and operated plants (including one idled), one partially owned and operated plant, and three partially owned plants which are not operated by us. Our Coastal plants have access to markets across the U.S. through the interstate natural gas pipelines to which they are interconnected. The industry continues to rationalize gas processing capacity along the western Louisiana Gulf Coast with most of the producer volumes going to more efficient plants such as our Barracuda and Gillis plants.

The following table lists the Coastal system processing plants and related volumes for the year ended December 31, 2017


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FOOTNOTES

 

(1) Gross processing capacity represents 100% of ownership interests and may differ from nameplate processing capacity due to multiple factors including items such as compression limitations, and quality and composition of the gas being processed.
(2) Plant natural gas inlet represents the volume of natural gas passing through the meter located at the inlet of the natural gas processing plant.
(3) Per day Gross Plant Natural Gas Inlet and NGL Production statistics for plants listed above are based on the number of days operational during 2017.
(4) Plant natural gas inlet and NGL production volumes represent 100% of ownership interests for our consolidated VESCO joint venture and our ownership share of volumes for other partially owned plants which we proportionately consolidate based on our ownership interest which is adjustable subject to an annual redetermination based on our proportionate share of plant production.
(5) The Lowry facility was idled in June 2015, but is available as market conditions allow. 
(6) The Gillis plant has fractionation capacity of approximately 11 MBbl/d.
(7) The Big Lake plant is available and operates as market conditions allow.
(8) The Acadia plant is available and operates on the LOU system as market conditions allow.
 
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Service Area
Service Area
LOU and Coastal Straddles
Supply 
Tetco South Pass
Tetco Main Pass
VGS
Tennessee Gas
Mississippi Canyon Gathering System
Stingray
Pelican and Seahawk
  Residue Pipelines
Texas Eastern
Gulf South
Columbia Gulf
Tennessee Gas
Sonat via High Point
Tennessee
Florida Gas
Transco
ANR
Bridgeline
NGPL
Trunkline and Texas Gas