Eagle Rock Energy Partners LP said it plans to expand its cryogenic Phoenix gas processing plant in Hemphill County, TX, by an incremental 30 MMcf/d. Once the expansion is completed, capacity will be 80 MMcf/d. The expansion, coupled with expansions of related gathering systems, will increase Eagle Rock's processing and gathering capacity and accommodate volume growth from the Granite Wash play. The projects are intended to complement the partnership's recent acquisition of CenterPoint Energy assets (see Daily GPI, Oct. 5, 2010), which extended its reach into Hemphill and Wheeler Counties on its East Panhandle System. The projects are expected to be completed during the fourth quarter at a cost of about $20 million.
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