May 2011, Vol. 238 No. 5


Regency Energy A Model For Midstream Sector

Dallas-based Regency Partners LP seems as though it was destined for success as a midstream operator. Regency owns 5,252 miles of gathering pipeline, eight active midstream-operated treating/processing plants and 790,000 horsepower of third-party revenue-generating compression. Regency’s assets also include a 49.99% ownership interest in the Haynesville Joint Venture which owns the Regency Intrastate Gas System, consisting of 450 miles of intrastate pipeline in north Louisiana, and a 49.9% interest in the Midcontinent Express Pipeline, which consists of 507 miles of interstate pipeline stretching from southeast Oklahoma to an interconnect in Alabama. Regency’s assets

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