Anadarko owns and operates gathering, saltwater disposal, compression and dehydration facilities in Panola County, Texas. The natural gas production is redelivered to DCP, MarkWest and Marlin Midstream’s East Texas Plants for processing.
Anadarko divides its Carthage facilities into two systems based on its ownership as follows:
Carthage CJV Region
The largest of Anadarko's Carthage systems, the CJV System, operates as a full wellstream gathering system with saltwater disposal, compression, dehydration, vapor recovery and condensate handling and trucking facilities. The gathering system also consists of low, intermediate and high-pressure lines and separator overhead gas on the high pressure system (1000#). Anadarko’s ownership in CJV is approximately 64%.
Southeast & West Carthage Region
In the Southeast & West Carthage systems, Sabine Valley Pipeline, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Anadarko, holds a 100% ownership in a full wellstream gathering system, with saltwater disposal (production owned), compression and dehydration facilities. The gathering system consists of low, intermediate and high-pressure lines.
|DCP East Texas Plant |
|MarkWest Carthage Plant |
|Marlin Panola Plant |
|ATMOS Pipeline - Texas|
|CenterPoint Energy Gas Transmission (CEGT)|
|Enterprise Texas Pipeline, LP|
|Gulf South Pipeline (Boardwalk) |
|Houston Pipeline (Energy Transfer) |
|Natural Gas Pipeline Company of America (NGPL) (Kinder Morgan)|
|Southern Natural Gas Pipeline (Kinder Morgan)|
|Tennessee Gas Pipeline (TGPL) (Kinder Morgan)|
|Texas Eastern Transmission Pipeline (TETCO) (Spectra Energy)|
|Texas Gas Transmission (TGT) (Boardwalk)|
|2012 Average Volume
|Gas Compression (Horsepower)