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Tower 1

Suite 1600

1515 Arapahoe Street

Denver, CO 80202

United States

Phone: 303-925-9200

Fax: 303-290-8769

Kentucky and Southern West Virginia: This segment’s assets include the Kenova, Boldman, Cobb, Kermit and Langley natural gas processing complexes, an NGL pipeline and the Siloam fractionation facility (together the company’s ‘Appalachia Reporting Unit’). The Siloam fractionation facility could also be used to provide fractionation services to MarkWest Liberty Midstream and MarkWest Utica EMG. In addition, it has two caverns for storing propane at its Siloam facility and the company has additional propane storage capacity under a firm-capacity agreement with a third party utilized by the Siloam facility, as well as MarkWest Liberty Midstream and MarkWest Utica EMG producer customers. Michigan: The company owns and operates a FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission)-regulated crude oil pipeline in Michigan (Michigan Crude Pipeline) providing interstate transportation service. Southwest East Texas: The company owns a system that consists of natural gas gathering pipelines, centralized compressor stations, two natural gas processing complexes, and two NGL pipelines (the ‘East Texas System’). The East Texas System is located in Panola, Harrison and Rusk counties, and services the Carthage Field. Producing formations in Panola County consist of the Cotton Valley, Pettit, Travis Peak, Haynesville and Bossier formations. Oklahoma: The company owns gas gathering systems in the Granite Wash formation of Western Oklahoma and the Texas panhandle, both of which are connected to natural gas processing complexes in Western Oklahoma. The gathering systems include compression facilities and the majority of the gathered gas is compressed and delivered to the natural gas processing complexes. In addition, the company owns an extensive natural gas gathering system in the Woodford Shale play in the Arkoma Basin of southeast Oklahoma. The liquids-rich natural gas gathered in the Woodford system is processed through Centrahoma, or other third-party processors. Through another equity method investment, MarkWest Pioneer L.L.C. (MarkWest Pioneer), the company operates the Arkoma Connector Pipeline, a 50-mile FERC-regulated pipeline that interconnects with the Midcontinent Express Pipeline and Gulf Crossing Pipeline at Bennington, Oklahoma, and is designed to provide approximately 638,000 Dth/d of Woodford Shale takeaway capacity. Javelina: The company owns and operates the Javelina processing and fractionation facility in Corpus Christi, Texas that treats, processes and fractionates off-gas from six local refineries operated by three different refinery customers. Other Southwest: The company owns various natural gas gathering systems and lateral pipelines located in Texas, Louisiana and New Mexico, including the Appleby gathering system in Nacogdoches County, Texas. Its Hobbs, New Mexico natural gas lateral pipeline (Hobbs Pipeline) is subject to regulation by FERC. The company also operates natural gas gathering pipelines and field compression to support production from Newfield Exploration Co.'s West Asherton area of the Eagle Ford Shale in Dimmit County, Texas (West Asherton facilities). Equity Investment in Unconsolidated Affiliates Ohio Gathering Company, LLC (Ohio Gathering): Ohio Gathering is a subsidiary of MarkWest Utica EMG and provides natural gas gathering services in the Utica Shale in eastern Ohio. MarkWest Utica EMG owns 60% of Ohio Gathering, resulting in the company’s indirectly owning 36% of Ohio Gathering. MarkWest Utica EMG Condensate, L.L.C. (MarkWest Utica EMG Condensate): MarkWest Utica EMG Condensate is the company’s joint venture with EMG Utica Condensate, LLC. MarkWest Utica EMG Condensate and its subsidiary, Ohio Condensate Company L.L.C. (Ohio Condensate), support the development of industry-leading condensate facilities and services for producers in the Utica Shale. The company owns 55% of MarkWest Utica EMG Condensate, and thus the company indirectly owns 33% of Ohio Condensate. Centrahoma Joint Venture (Centrahoma): The company owns a 40% non-operating membership interest in Centrahoma, a joint venture in the Southwest segment with Atlas Pipeline Partners, L.P. (Atlas) that is acco

 

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