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 following table presents selected information regarding our natural gas processing facilities at February 1, 2018 listed in order of net gas processing capacity (net to our interest):

       
Net Gas
Total Gas
       
Processing
Processing
   
Production
Our
Capacity
Capacity
   
Region
Ownership
to Us
of Plant
Plant Name
Location(s)
Served
Interest
(MMcf/d) (1)
(MMcf/d)
Meeker
Colorado
Piceance
100.0%
 1,800
 1,800
Pioneer (two facilities)
Wyoming
Green River
100.0%
 1,400
 1,400
Yoakum
Texas
Eagle Ford
100.0%
 1,050
 1,050
Pascagoula
Mississippi
Gulf of Mexico
100.0%
 1,000
 1,000
Chaco
New Mexico
San Juan
100.0%
 600
 600
North Terrebonne
Louisiana
Gulf of Mexico
  60.6%   (2)
 576
 950
Neptune
Louisiana
Gulf of Mexico
  66.0%   (2)
 430
 650
Sea Robin
Louisiana
Gulf of Mexico
  53.6%   (2)
 348
 650
Thompsonville
Texas
Eagle Ford
100.0%
 330
 330
Shoup
Texas
Eagle Ford
100.0%
 280
 280
Armstrong
Texas
Eagle Ford
100.0%
 250
 250
Gilmore
Texas
Frio-Vicksburg
100.0%
 250
 250
Toca
Louisiana
Gulf of Mexico
  73.2%   (2)
 220
 300
San Martin
Texas
Eagle Ford
100.0%
 200
 200
South Eddy (3)
New Mexico
Delaware
100.0%
 200
 200
Delmita
Texas
Frio-Vicksburg
100.0%
 145
 145
Carlsbad
New Mexico
Delaware
100.0%
 130
 130
Panola (4)
Texas
Cotton Valley
100.0%
 125
 125
Sonora
Texas
Strawn
100.0%
 120
 120
Shilling
Texas
Eagle Ford
100.0%
 110
 110
Venice
Louisiana
Gulf of Mexico
  13.1%   (5)
 98
 750
Indian Springs
Texas
Wilcox-Woodbine
  75.0%   (2)
 90
 120
Burns Point
Louisiana
Gulf of Mexico
  50.0%   (2)
 80
 160
Waha (6)
Texas
Delaware
  50.0%
 75
 150
Chaparral
New Mexico
Delaware
100.0%
 45
 45
Fairway (4)
Texas
Cotton Valley
100.0%
 5
 5
    Total
     
 9,957
 11,770
           
(1)   The approximate net gas processing capacity does not necessarily correspond to our ownership interest in each facility.  The capacity is based on a variety of factors such as the level of volumes an owner processes at the facility and contractual arrangements with joint owners.
(2)   We proportionately consolidate our undivided interest in these operating assets.
(3)   We completed construction and placed the South Eddy facility into service in May 2016.
(4)   Acquired in connection with Azure acquisition in April 2017.
(5)   Our ownership in the Venice plant is held indirectly through our equity method investment in Venice Energy Services Company, L.L.C.
(6)   We completed construction and placed the Waha facility into service in August 2016.  Our ownership in the Waha plant is held indirectly through our equity method investment in Delaware Basin Gas Processing LLC.

We operate all of our natural gas processing facilities except for the Venice plant.  On a weighted-average basis, utilization rates for our natural gas processing plants were approximately 52.0%, 50.8% and 56.7% for the years ended December 31, 2017, 2016 and 2015, respectively.

Orla natural gas processing facility
An area of focus for us has been the development of midstream infrastructure serving producers in the Delaware Basin in West Texas and southeast New Mexico.  In June 2016, we announced plans to construct a cryogenic natural gas processing plant and related natural gas gathering lines near Orla, Texas in Reeves County.  Mixed NGLs extracted at the Orla facility will be delivered into our fully integrated NGL system, including the recently announced Shin Oak NGL Pipeline.  Residue natural gas volumes from the facility will be transported to the Waha area using our Texas Intrastate System. The Orla facility is designed to support the continued growth in NGL-rich natural gas production from the Delaware Basin and is supported by long-term customer commitments.  We will own and operate the Orla facility.
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