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Atlas Pipeline starts Stonewall processing plant in Southern Oklahoma


Published May 12, 2014
Atlas Pipeline Partners, L.P.

Atlas Pipeline Partners, L.P. announced the Partnership has brought into service the Stonewall plant in the Arkoma section of the Woodford Shale, which will add capacity to APL's SouthOK system. The Partnership is also accelerating plans to potentially increase the capacity at Stonewall, given increasing activity by Arkoma Basin and South Central Oklahoma Oil Province (SCOOP) producers.

The Stonewall plant, a new cryogenic processing facility on the SouthOK system, has been brought into start-up operations with an initial processing capacity of 120 MMCFD. The plant is processing liquids today in start-up mode and will be fully operational in the coming days. This plant was constructed under the Centrahoma joint venture, which is a joint venture with MarkWest Energy Partners, in which APL owns 60%.

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