MPLX operates five complexes in the Southwest region including, processing and gathering at the Carthage Complex in Texas; processing and gathering at the Western Oklahoma Complex in Oklahoma; processing at the Hidalgo Complex in Texas; gathering at the Eagle Ford Complex in Texas; and treating, processing and C2+ fractionation at the Javelina Complex in Texas.
We also own a 40 percent non-operating interest in the Centrahoma processing joint venture with Targa Resources. The joint venture includes processing plants in Southeast Oklahoma1 with existing capacity of 280 MMcf/d with plans to add two additional plants in 2018. The new plants are expected to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2018.
|Gathering Capacity||2.1 bcf/d|
|East Texas System||0.7 bcf/d|
|Western Oklahoma System||0.6 bcf/d|
|Southeast Oklahoma System||0.7 bcf/d|
|Eagle Ford and Other System||0.1 bcf/d|
|Processing Capacity||1.6 bcf/d|
|East Texas System||0.6 bcf/d|
|Western Oklahoma||0.5 bcf/d|
|Southeast Oklahoma||0.1 bcf/d|
|West Texas||0.4 bcf/d|
|Javelina Complex||0.1 bcf/d|
|C2+ Fractionation Capacity||29 mbpd|
|Javelina Complex||29 mbpd|
1Represents 40 persent of processing capacity through the Centrahoma join venture.