Enterprise Products Partners L.P.

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10-K
ENTERPRISE PRODUCTS PARTNERS L P filed this Form 10-K on 02/28/2018
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The Acadian Gas System transports, stores and markets natural gas in Louisiana.  The Acadian Gas System is comprised of the 589-mile Cypress pipeline, 427-mile Acadian pipeline, 275-mile Haynesville Extension pipeline and 26-mile Enterprise Pelican pipeline.  The Acadian Gas System includes a leased underground salt dome natural gas storage cavern located at Napoleonville, Louisiana.  The Acadian Gas System links natural gas supplies from Louisiana (e.g., from Haynesville Shale supply basin) and offshore Gulf of Mexico developments with local gas distribution companies, electric generation plants and industrial customers located primarily in the Baton Rouge/New Orleans/Mississippi River corridor.

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The Jonah Gathering System is located in the Greater Green River Basin of southwest Wyoming.  This system gathers natural gas from the Jonah and Pinedale supply fields for delivery to regional natural gas processing plants, including our Pioneer facilities, for ultimate delivery into major interstate pipelines.

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The Piceance Basin Gathering System consists of a network of gathering pipelines located in the Piceance Basin of northwestern Colorado.  The Piceance Basin Gathering System gathers natural gas throughout the Piceance Basin to our Meeker natural gas processing complex for ultimate delivery into the White River Hub and other major interstate pipelines.

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The San Juan Gathering System serves producers in the San Juan Basin of northern New Mexico and southern Colorado.  This system gathers natural gas from production wells located in the San Juan Basin and delivers the natural gas either directly into major interstate pipelines or to regional processing and treating plants, including our Chaco processing facility and Val Verde treating plant located in New Mexico, for ultimate delivery into major interstate pipelines.

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The White River Hub is a natural gas hub facility serving producers in the Piceance Basin of northwest Colorado.  The facility enables producers to access six interstate natural gas pipelines and has a gross throughput capacity of 3 Bcf/d of natural gas (1.5 Bcf/d net to our interest).

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The Haynesville Gathering System consists of the 214-mile State Line gathering system, the 73-mile Southeast Mansfield gathering system, the 70-mile Southeast Stanley gathering system and three natural gas treating plants.  The Haynesville Gathering System gathers natural gas produced from the Haynesville and Bossier Shale supply basins and the Cotton Valley and Taylor Sand formations in Louisiana and eastern Texas for delivery to regional markets, including (through an interconnect with the Haynesville Extension pipeline) markets served by our Acadian Gas System.

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The BTA Gathering System gathers natural gas from the Haynesville Shale and Bossier, Cotton Valley and Travis Peak formations.  We acquired this system in April 2017 from Azure Midstream Partners, LP and its operating subsidiaries (collectively, “Azure”) for $191.4 million in cash.  The acquired business assets, which are located primarily in East Texas, include 753 miles of natural gas gathering pipelines and two natural gas processing plants (Panola and Fairway, which are part of our NGL Pipelines & Services segment).  For information regarding this acquisition, see Note 12 of the Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements included under Part II, Item 8 of this annual report.

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The Permian Basin Gathering System is comprised of the 973-mile Carlsbad pipeline system and 580-mile Waha pipeline system. The Permian Basin Gathering System gathers natural gas from the Permian Basin region of Texas and New Mexico for delivery to natural gas processing plants, including our Chaparral, Carlsbad, South Eddy and Waha plants, and delivers processed natural gas into the El Paso Natural Gas and Transwestern pipelines and our Texas Intrastate System.

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The Fairplay Gathering System gathers natural gas produced from the Cotton Valley formation within Panola and Rusk Counties in East Texas for delivery to regional markets.

In addition to our natural gas pipelines, we own and operate a natural gas treating facility (the “Central Treating Facility”) located in Rio Blanco County, Colorado.  This facility can treat up to 200 MMcf/d of natural gas and serves producing properties in the Piceance Basin.  Natural gas delivered to the Central Treating Facility is treated to remove impurities and transported to our Meeker gas plant for further processing.
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