Oklahoma’s Enable Midstream Partners LP has seen an increase in drilling activity around its footprint as commodity prices have improved, with a “substantial” inventory of drilled but uncompleted (DUC) wells sitting behind the company’s system in the Anadarko and Williston basins.

“These DUCs provide an inventory of wells producers can complete without investing additional drilling capital,” CEO Rod Sailor said last week on the fourth quarter earnings call.

There are 75 DUCs behind Enable’s system in the Anadarko and another 82 DUCs in the Williston, according to the company’s chief.

Enable, which announced last month that it was being acquired by Energy Transfer LP, could see potential commercial synergies in the gathering and processing (G&P) segment once...