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One Williams Center

Tulsa, OK 74172

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t has processing capacity of 121 MMcf/d with the ability to recover 26 Mbbls/d of olefin and NGL products. The company’s Redwater fractionator has a liquids handling capacity of 26 Mbbls/d. The B/B Splitter, which has a production capacity of 3.7 Mbbls/d of butylene and 3.7 Mbbls/d of butane, further fractionates the butylene/butane mix produced at its Redwater fractionators into separate butylene and butane products. The company also purchases small volumes of olefin/NGLs mixes from third-party gas processors, fractionate the olefins and NGLs at its Redwater plant and sells the resulting products. The Boreal Pipeline is a 261-mile pipeline in Canada that transports recovered NGLs and olefins from its extraction plant in Fort McMurray to its Redwater fractionation facility. The company’s products are sold within Canada and the United States. Gulf Olefins WPZ has an 88.5 percent undivided interest and operatorship of the olefins production facility in Geismar, Louisiana, along with a refinery grade propylene splitter, and pipelines in the Gulf region. The company’s olefins business also operates an ethylene storage hub at Mont Belvieu using leased third-party underground storage caverns. The company’s olefins production facility has a total production capacity of 1.95 billion pounds of ethylene and 114 million pounds of propylene per year. Its feedstocks for the cracker are ethane and propane; as a result, these assets are primarily exposed to the price spread between ethane and propane, and ethylene and propylene, respectively. Ethane and propane are available for purchase from third parties and from affiliates. The company owns ethane and propane pipeline systems in Louisiana that provide feedstock transportation to the Geismar plant and other third-party crackers. It also owns a pipeline that has the capacity to supply 12 Mbbls/d of ethane from Discovery Producer Services LLC’s (Discovery) Paradis fractionator to the Geismar plant. The company’s refinery grade propylene splitter has a production capacity of approximately 500 million pounds per year of propylene. At its propylene splitter, it purchases refinery grade propylene and fractionate it into polymer grade propylene and propane. As a merchant producer of ethylene and propylene, the company’s product sales are to customers for use in making plastics and other downstream petrochemical products destined for both domestic and export markets. Marketing Services The company markets NGL products to a range of users in the energy and petrochemical industries. The NGL marketing business transports and markets its equity NGLs from the production at its processing plants, and also markets NGLs on behalf of third-party NGL producers, including some of its fee-based processing customers, and the NGL volumes owned by Discovery. The company also markets olefin products to a range of users in the energy and petrochemical industries. Other NGL & Petchem Operations The company owns interests in and/or operates NGL fractionation and storage assets. These assets include a 50 percent interest in an NGL fractionation facility near Conway, Kansas, with capacity of slightly approximately 100 Mbbls/d and a 31.5 percent interest in another fractionation facility in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, with a capacity of 60 Mbbls/d. The company also owns approximately 20 million barrels of NGL storage capacity in central Kansas near Conway. The company owns approximately 115 miles of pipelines in the Houston Ship Channel area, which transport various products, including ethane, propane, ammonia, tertiary butyl alcohol, and other industrial products used in the petrochemical industry. It also owns a tunnel crossing pipeline under the Houston Ship Channel. A portion of these pipelines are leased to third parties. In addition, the first phase of the approximately 270-mile Bayou Ethane Pipeline, which operates between Texas and Louisiana, went into service in December 2014. The pipeline connects a 57-mile pipeline segment from Mount Belvieu to Port Arthur, Texas, and a 50-mile pipeline segment from Lake Charles, Louisiana, to Port Arthur. The pipeline provides ethane transp

 

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