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2001 Bryan Street

Suite 3700

Dallas, TX 75201

United States

Phone: 214-750-1771

Fax: 214-750-1749

Regency Energy Partners LP is engaged in the gathering and processing, compression, treating, and transportation of natural gas; and the transportation, fractionation, and storage of natural gas liquids (NGLs). The company focuses on providing midstream services in the natural gas producing regions in the United States, including the Eagle Ford, Haynesville, Barnett, Fayetteville, Marcellus, Utica, Bone Spring, Avalon and Granite Wash shales. Its assets are primarily located in Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Pennsylvania, California, Mississippi, Alabama, New Mexico and the mid-continent region of the United States, which includes Kansas, Colorado and Oklahoma. As of February 3, 2014, the company acquired subsidiaries of Hoover Energy Partners, LP that are engaged in crude oil gathering, transportation and terminaling, condensate handling, natural gas gathering, treating, and processing and water gathering and disposal services in the Southern Delaware Basin in west Texas. Segments The company operates in Gathering and Processing, Natural Gas Transportation, NGL Services, and Contract Services segments. Gathering and Processing segment This segment provides ‘wellhead-to-market’ services to producers of natural gas, which include transporting raw natural gas from the wellhead through gathering systems, processing raw natural gas to separate NGLs from the raw natural gas and selling or delivering the pipeline-quality natural gas and NGLs to various markets and pipeline systems. This segment also includes its 33.33% membership interest in Ranch Westex JV LLC (Ranch JV), which processes natural gas delivered from the NGLs-rich Bone Spring and Avalon shale formations in west Texas. The company operates gathering and processing assets in four geographic regions of the United States: north Louisiana, the mid-continent region of the United States, south Texas, and west Texas. North Louisiana Region: The company’s north Louisiana assets gather, compress, treat, and dehydrate natural gas in five Parishes (Claiborne, Union, DeSoto, Lincoln, and Ouachita) of north Louisiana and Shelby County, Texas. The company’s assets also include two cryogenic natural gas processing facilities, a refrigeration plant located in Bossier Parish, a conditioning plant located in Webster Parish, an amine treating plant in DeSoto Parish, and an amine treating plant in Lincoln Parish. The company offers producers wellhead-to-market services, including natural gas gathering, compression, processing, treating, and transportation. South Texas Region: The company’s south Texas assets gather, compress, treat, and dehydrate natural gas in LaSalle, Webb, Karnes, Atascosa, McMullen, Frio, and Dimmitt counties. The pipeline systems that gather this gas are connected to third-party processing plants and its treating facilities that include an acid gas reinjection well located in McMullen County, Texas. Permian Region: Permian Basin gathering system assets offer wellhead-to-market services to producers in the Texas counties of Ward, Winkler, Reeves, and Pecos counties which surround the Waha Hub. The company’s Permian region assets consist of a network of natural gas and NGL pipelines, seven processing plants and seven natural gas treating plants. These assets offer an array of services to producers, including field gathering and compression of natural gas; treating, dehydration, sulfur recovery and reinjection and other conditioning; and natural gas processing and marketing of natural gas and NGLs. Mid-Continent Region: Mid-continent systems are located in two large natural gas producing regions in the United States, the Hugoton Basin in southwest Kansas and the Anadarko Basin in western Oklahoma. The company’s mid-continent gathering assets are extensive systems that gather, compress and dehydrate low-pressure gas from 1,500 wells. These systems are geographically concentrated, with each central facility located within 90 miles of the others. The company operates mid-continent gathering systems at low pressures to maximize the total throughput volumes from the connected wells. The company also owns the Hugoton gathering system that ha

 

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