Our Anadarko system includes production from the Granite Wash tight sand formation. Productive horizons in the Granite Wash play include the Hogshooter, Checkerboard, Cleveland, Skinner, Red Fork, Atoka and Morrow formations. 

Approximately 3,100 miles of natural gas gathering and transportation pipelines, approximately 60 miles of NGL pipelines, seven active natural gas processing plants, five standby natural gas processing plants and one standby treating plant is located in the Anadarko basin.

In order to accommodate the expected growth of the Granite Wash play, we began commissioning the operations of a cryogenic processing plant in the third quarter of 2013, which we refer to as our Ajax processing plant. The Ajax processing plant, condensate stabilizer, field and plant compression, gathering infrastructure and NGL pipelines assist in meeting the anticipated volume growth within our Anadarko system. The total cost of constructing the Ajax processing plant and related facilities was approximately $230 million. The Ajax processing plant increased the total processing capacity of our Anadarko system by approximately 150 million MMcf/d to approximately 1,150 MMcf/d and also increased the system's condensate stabilization capacity by approximately 2,000 barrels per day, or Bpd. The Ajax processing plant is capable of producing approximately 15,000 Bpd of NGLs now that the Texas Express NGL pipeline is in operation.

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