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Navitas Midstream Partners LLC has struck a long-term, fee-based agreement with an undisclosed independent producer to provide gathering and processing services in the northern Eagle Ford Shale in Brazos and Grimes Counties, TX. Navitas plans to construct the La Bahia system, which will consist of a 20-inch diameter gathering line that will deliver gas from Brazos County to Navitas' processing plant to be located in Grimes County. When fully completed in mid-2015, the cryogenic processing plant will have a capacity of 120 million MMcf/d. The La Bahia system will be at the intersection of multiple producing horizons, including the Eagle Ford and Woodbine.

Southcross Energy Partners LP has completed the acquisition of a natural gas gathering system in McMullen County, TX. The acquired system consists of eight miles of gathering pipelines within two miles of Southcross' existing rich gas pipeline network and services customers under acreage dedication contracts. The system was placed into service in 2010. The acquisition was funded through Southcross' revolving credit facility and is expected to be immediately accretive to distributable cash flow. Production from the system will be connected as soon as possible to Southcross' existing pipeline network to be processed at its facilities.

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