~89,000
Dedicated Net Acres

450 MMcf/d
Cryogenic Processing and Treating Capacity

250 MMcf/d
Field Compression

~ 240 miles
Gathering and Transmission Pipelines

10 outlets
Residue and NGL Interconnects

 ~1.4 Bcf/d
Dry Gas and Residue Interconnect Capacity

Intensity Midstream’s Woodford Express (WEX) system includes newly constructed natural gas gathering, processing, treating, compression and transportation assets in the core of the SCOOP play of southern Oklahoma. The SCOOP is among the most prolific liquids-rich gas plays in North America, with significant production potential from multi well pad development of the Woodford, Springer and Sycamore formations. The WEX system spans Grady, McClain, Garvin, Stephens and Carter counties. WEX is one of the largest and most modern gathering and processing systems in the core SCOOP, with more than 200 miles of large diameter, high quality steel pipe, designed to accommodate significant volume growth and multi-well pad development.

Intensity Midstream Asset Highlights

  • WEX system is supported by approximately 89,000 dedicated net surface acres with multiple targets
  • Current cryogenic gas processing and treating capacity of 450 MMcf/d in Grady County, Oklahoma, with ample associated compression, condensate stabilization / storage, and wet gas blending and offload capabilities
  • WEX’s residue system that includes the SCOOP Express pipeline provides area producers with significant optionality to downstream markets with eight interconnects
  • Residue Connectivity: NGPL, TEXOK, NGPL MidCon, OGT, EGT, EOIT, and Cheniere Midship
  • NGL Connectivity: DCP and ONEOK
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