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OKLAHOMA: MIDSTREAM UGcenter.com | November 2018 | 35 one or the other. We believe having both gives us an advantage over our competition," he said. At the end of July 2018 Superior Pipeline announced plans to expand its gas processing facil- ities in central Oklahoma. Superior will be mov- ing a 60 MMcf/d cryogenic train from its Bellmon plant to Kingfisher County near Reeding. That will complement Superior's existing 45 MMcf/d Cash- ion Plant northwest of Oklahoma City. In April 2018 Unit Corp. sold half of Superior to SP Investor Holdings for $300 million. SP is jointly owned by OPTrust and funds managed and/ or advised by Partners Group, a global private mar- kets investment manager. "We have multitownship dedications to the Cashion System, and our producers continue to have success developing their Stack acreage," said Bill Ward, senior vice president of commercial activity for Superior. "This expansion will bring Superior's processing capacity to 105 MMcf/d in the Stack play allowing us to meet the needs of our anchor producers." The two plants will be con- nected to provide operational flexibility and run- time reliability with multiple residue and NGL takeaway options. "One of our producers has more than 45,000 net acres dedicated to Cashion, and that producer has expansion plans," Ward said. "The Bellmon plant is a nice, modern facility and moving it made the most sense [rather than building a new facility]. We don't have to wait for fabrication or anything, just skid it in and fire it up. It will create a mini super system. We will be able to swing back and forth." 'With the fringe on top' In April 2018 Canyon Midstream Partners II (CMP2), backed by Kayne Anderson Energy Fund VII, commenced operations at its new Redcliff gas gathering system and processing plant in Woodward County, Okla. The system The SilverLake 70 MMcf/d cryogenic gas processing facility in Major County, Okla., became operational in October. (Photo courtesy of Great Salt Plains)

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