Access Midstream Partners
Owned natural gas gathering systems and other midstream energy assets on
the Barnett Shale, Haynesville Shale and in Mid-Continent regions.
Changed name from Chesapeake to Access in July 2012 when
Global Infrastructure Partners became general partner.
Acquired by Williams in February 2015.
American Midstream Partners (AMID)
A July 2011 IPO, American owns
gathering and pipeline assets in Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi,
Tennessee and Texas.
Acquired Costar Midstream in 2014. General partner is a unit of
ArcLight Capital Partners, LLC.
Owned natural gas gathering, processing plants, and interstate pipelines
and in Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Texas. Also owns pipelines in
western New York and eastern Ohio. Acquired by Targa Resource Partners
in January 2015.
Pipeline Partners (BWP)
Owns natural gas pipelines serving customers in 11 states, plus
underground storage fields in four states.
limited liability company (LLC), was acquired by Kinder Morgan in
Owns natural gas gathering and processing facilities serving the Fort
Worth Basin in north Texas. Formerly QuickSilver Gas Service
(KGS). In May 2015, agreed to be acquired by
general partner, Crestwood Equity Partners (CEQP).
DCP Midstream (DPM)
processes, and transports natural gas and natural gas liquids (propane) in the
Gulf Coast area. Also operates a wholesale propane distribution
A spin-off of Enterprise Product Partners slower growing assets,
Duncan agreed to be re-acquired by Enterprise in a deal expected to close
in the September 2011 quarter.
El Paso Pipeline Partners
Owned interstate pipeline system serving
the Rocky Mountain region, and interests in the Colorado Interstate Gas Company and the Southern
Natural Gas Company, which operates interstate pipelines in the Rocky
Mountain and southeastern regions of the U.S. Acquired by Kinder Morgan
(KMI) in November 2014.
EnLink Midstream Partners (ENLK)
Formerly Crosstex Energy
Partners, changed name to Enlink Midstream in March 2014. Owns
natural gas gathering pipelines and processing plants in the
north Texas Barnett shale area and in Louisiana.
Owned natural gas pipeline and NGL storage assets in the New York
and Pennsylvania. Inergy LP (NRGY)
is the master partner. Acquired by Crestwood Midstream in May 2013.
MarkWest Energy Partners
Owns and operates natural gas pipelines, processing plants, and
associated facilities in the Northeast, Texas and Oklahoma.
MarkWest Energy GP, LLC, is general partner.
Oneok Partners (OKS)
(formerly Northern Border
Partners) owns natural gas
pipelines, processing plants and associated facilities, mostly in the Mid-Continent region.
Oneok, Inc., (OKE) is general partner.
Regency Energy Partners
Owned natural gas gathering pipeline and processing facilities in
Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, Kansas, and Oklahoma. Acquired by
Energy Transfer Partners (ETP) in April 2015.
Rice Midstream Partners (RMP)
A December 2014 IPO, Rice owns natural gas
pipelines and associated assets in the Appalachian Basin. Rice Energy
(RICE), its general partner, is its major customer. General partner
holds 50% of common units and owns incentive distribution rights
starting at 15% when distribution hits $0.2156/unit and topping out at
50% when distributions hit $0.2813/unit.
Spectra Energy Partners
Owns more than 17,000 miles of natural gas pipelines and
storage facilities. Spectra Energy (SE) is general partner.
Targa Resources Partners
Owns natural gas pipelines and processing plants in Louisiana and Texas.
Master partner is Targa Resources Corp. (TRGP).
Formed by TransCanada
Pipelines to acquire and operate U.S.-based natural gas pipeline
systems. General partner is TransCanada Corporation
Western Gas Partners (WES)
by Anadarko Petroleum, Western is in the business of gathering,
compressing, processing, treating and transporting natural gas for
Anadarko and other producers.
Williams Partners LP (WPZ)
Owns natural gas gathering and processing assets in in the U.S.
Rocky Mountains and both onshore and offshore along the Gulf of Mexico.
Williams (WMB) is the general-partner.