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Enable Midstream Completes Bradley Processing Plant

Enable Midstream Partners, LP (ENBL) announced today that its new Bradley Processing Plant in Grady County, Okla., with an inlet capacity of 200 million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d) of natural gas, is now fully operational.

Located in the prolific South Central Oklahoma Oil Province (SCOOP), the Bradley plant removes water, condensate and natural gas liquids from producer-customers’ natural gas, providing transmission-quality natural gas, marketable natural gas liquids (NGLs) and stabilized condensate.

“This plant adds needed capacity to our super-header system, allowing us to provide an even greater level of service to our customers in several important plays,” said President and CEO Lynn Bourdon.

Construction contracts for the Bradley plant were signed in August 2013, and the first dirt was turned in October 2013. The state-of-the-art, high-recovery processing plant boasts a combined 30,250 horsepower for inlet, residue and refrigeration compression.

In the fourth quarter of 2014, the company’s board of directors approved building a second 200 MMcf/d plant in Grady County, southwest of Oklahoma City. It is under construction and is expected to be operational in the first quarter of 2016, at which point Enable Midstream’s super-header processing system will be connected to nine plants and have a capacity of almost 1.7 Bcf/d.


The partnership owns, operates and develops strategically located natural gas and crude oil infrastructure assets. The partnership’s assets include approximately 11,900 miles of gathering pipelines, 13 major processing plants with approximately 2.3 billion cubic feet per day of processing capacity, approximately 7,900 miles of interstate pipelines (including Southeast Supply Header, LLC of which the partnership owns 49.90 percent), approximately 2,300 miles of intrastate pipelines and eight storage facilities comprising 87.5 billion cubic feet of storage capacity. For more information visit