Exterran joins Woodford Express to build Oklahoma gas plant

Exterran Holdings, Houston, will join Woodford Express LLC, a subsidiary of Xplorer Midstream LLC, Oklahoma City, to build a 210-MMcfd natural gas processing plant at Woodford’s Grady County gas processing site in the south-central Oklahoma Oil Province shale play.

Under the agreement, Exterran will provide and install processing and compression and deliver engineering, procurement, and construction management, Exterran said.

Under construction near Lindsay, Okla., the Grady plant will complete its first phase, 60-MMcfd construction later this year. By mid-2015, Woodford’s gas processing capacity will increase to 210 MMcfd with addition of a second processing train, built under the announced contract with Exterran.

The Grady plant has been designed to accommodate two additional 200-MMcfd processing trains, said Exterran.

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